Become an excellent first-time dad and a supportive partner with this go-to-guide to fatherhood!
Being a great dad doesn't mean being perfect; it means participating in the experience with empathy and confidence. From the basics of pregnancy, to designing a birthing plan to tips on being helpful and supportive for your partner, We're Pregnant! provides all the need-to-know information on how to be a fully prepared parent.
Featuring must-ask questions for the doctor, milestone trackers, and more, this funny and friendly standout among dad pregnancy books also takes you beyond the due date, offering a helping hand on how to plan and perfect your own style of childcare.
Focus on one month at a time — Organized by each month in each trimester, this baby book for dad explains what to expect, when and which milestones are coming up for your new baby.
Find insight on issues big & small — Learn how to thrive as new parents with useful tips on everything from bottle temperature to bonding with your new baby.
Look forward to your growing family — Keep your relationship positive and healthy by setting family goals like creating a fun pregnancy announcement or planning a relaxing trip.
Be a pro parent with this relatable new dad book that covers everything the expectant father needs to know.
About the Author
Adrian Kulp is the author of We’re Pregnant! The First-Time Dad’s Pregnancy Handbook as well as We’re Parents! The New Dad’s Guide to Baby’s First Year. He’s also the voice behind the blog Dad or Alive: Confessions of an Unexpected Stay-at-Home Dad.
“While nothing can truly prepare a man for fatherhood, this book comes pretty darn close. Part handbook, part handholding, Adrian’s words will comfort and prepare even the most terrified dads-to-be. Your partners will thank you, I promise!”—Jill Smokler, founder of Scary Mommy
“We’re Pregnant delivers the right balance of clinical information and ways to support expecting moms, all while speaking to what men need to hear in a way that will make sense to them and their roles as fathers. Writing and coaching as a once clueless and misguided first-time dad, Adrian clearly understands the challenges ahead and makes it his mission to get first-time dads to pay attention, and most importantly to understand what it means to provide support.”—Heather B. Armstrong, creator of dooce®
"When my wife was expecting for the first time, I had little to no clue what to do. I learned an incredible amount from my wife (she already had 50 nieces and nephews) and her doctor, but I wish there would've been a book out there that could have given me the knowledge and encouragement to better connect with her during pregnancy. Now that book has arrived. has you covered, guys. Just do it. And good luck!"—Tom Riles, founder of Life of Dad?