• The Expectant Dad’s Roadmap

  • From Dude to New Father and How to Be Prepared for the next 9 Months and After
  • By: Jack Gosselin
  • Narrated by: Scott Miller
  • Length: 3 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (72 ratings)

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The Expectant Dad’s Roadmap

By: Jack Gosselin
Narrated by: Scott Miller
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Publisher's summary

2019 - The most up-to-date guide about fatherhood that will encourage you with facts and humor.

The word "parenting" can cause all sorts of nightmares in your head right now, and if it is, congratulations. No seriously, congratulations! This means you’re not an idiot, and you are aware of the difficult task that lies ahead.

Society often tells us dads that our job is to simply provide financial support and leave the caring part to our partners. Well, I’m here to tell you that this is utter nonsense! That whole spiel about how women are biologically attuned to be more nurturing while men are better off running around chucking spears at things? Baloney!

However, the news of having a baby is 10 parts bliss but approximately a million parts terrifying, and I can guarantee you that your partner has her nose deep in all sorts of books on how to get through the next nine months and beyond.

With this book, you will:

Learn about the health of your baby and partner

Get a structured month-by-month overview of everything that’s ahead of you

Get prepared practically and financially

Learn how a pregnancy affects men physically and emotionally, too (without feeling squeamish about it)

Be a better partner and an awesome dad!

The Expectant Dad’s Roadmap is the most fun way to grow as a soon-to-be parent, and your ticket to enjoy this magical time.

Awaken the dad in you!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Plentifold (P)2019 Plentifold

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Details for new dads.

I like how the book really talks to the reader’s perspective and what questions that they might have in their head.

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Great book

Clear, concise advice and tips. The text is funny and the narration is excellent. While some advice may not apply for all couples its a great overview.b

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Nice book

Enjoyed this book a lot. Great overall info and a joy to listen to, including the narrator.

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Glad I got it

Glad I got it ! Got this book from my girlfriend and happy I did.

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Fun and informative

This was an awesome listen, great for guys who are about to jump in to parenthood. You need to prepare and this was a great guide, entertaining and informative.

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Good

If you’re anxious like me to become a father and you don’t know what’s ahead, my advice is get prepared asap, and this book helped me do it. Thanks Jack

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LOL this book is great


Not just for laughs though, guys you really need to get your act together! With this book!

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A fair bit of choppiness in the editor’s room

So far, I’m enjoying the book pretty well - this is the first of five first-time-dad books I just got - but there seem to be some problems every now and then with the editing. As a performer and writer myself, I wonder if the narrator is really capturing the tone that the writer intended. But the real stumbles seem to be on the editor’s part as passages end mid-sentence followed by a second or two of silence and then either where the sentence left off or a whole new sentence, or the middle of a new sentence. And to boot there are times where two passages are played overtop one another. I’ve never heard this in an audiobook before so I wasn’t sure how harshly to rate this.

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