Babies & Toddlers for Men, 101 Tips: Book Review

January 14, 2013 at 9:42 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment
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Babies and Toddlers for Men 101 Tips

I asked a dad friend to put this new guide to the test, Babies and Toddlers for men 101 tips by author Mark Woods.

This is an extremely useful and not at all patronising guide to fatherhood.  Real Dads sharing their own experiences and tips in a book for real Dads, there is no better teaching method.

Following the journey from birth to 3 years old I wish I had found this book before the birth of my son, and not when he was 6 months old, as it has made me realise that the things I was thinking and worrying about were in fact  normal – not just with regards to my new born son but also what my partner was going through too.

The book deals with serious issues and light hearted matters in an easy to understand way.  Broken down into manageable and easy to navigate subsections it will be a useful tool to refer back to time and time again. Providing a guide to the less obvious topics and various stages of child development which aren’t always given enough attention – including bum shuffling, distraction techniques and how important the role of the father is during the early stages of childhood.

The book Babies and Toddlers for Men 101 tips is available from Amazon from £4.79.


My friend received this book to review.  I stick to the bloggers with integrity code to only write or post honest and open reviews.

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