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What to Expect When Expecting: Pregnancy from a First-Time Father's Point of View

Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 18 mins
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Pregnancy, the suffering one must go through to achieve a miracle. In this book Trevor Clinger, a first time father, writes a narrative while actually in the delivery room of the hospital with his fiancé, and mother-to-be. This narrative starts from the moment he found out the love of his life was pregnant, all the way up to the day of birth. This book is dedicated to those mothers and fathers-to-be who have anxiety about child birth. The narrative describes all the physical and emotional things you are sure to experience. The author also describes every step you will go through, both negative and positive. Have fun with this read while also getting prepared for that special day, the day of endless joy!

©2017 Trevor Clinger (P)2017 Trevor Clinger

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A good look for a 1st time dad

Even though I have been a father for over 18 years now I picked out this book, just to get a perspective from someone other than myself of what people nowadays should expect as first time fathers.

Clinger pretty much wears his heart on his sleeve when he wrote this. In fact, he even says that his fresh from the oven child was beside him as he wrote the book. His book gives you his point of view on what becoming a father meant to him. He discusses the expectations you will have, how your life will change, and how you might change to fit your new life. He does a great job here, and as I said his feelings on the topic are pretty evident.

I would suggest this book to anyone who is considering becomeing a father, or who has had the choice taken out of their hands, and are now preparing for fatherhood.

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Worst narration I have ever heard

I’m assuming this was narrated by a text-to-speech computer program? Couldn’t help but laugh at the absurdity of it. Unreal.

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