The Dudes' Guide to Pregnancy

Dealing with Your Expecting Wife, Coming Baby, and the End of Life as You Knew It


By Bill Lloyd

By Scott Finch

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When a couple gets pregnant, typically, the first thing the mother-to-be does is rush out to the bookstore to buy the various pregnancy bibles. But how is the expectant father supposed to know what to expect? He could wait in the dark and take his cues from his partner, or he could prepare himself for anything and everything by seeking the counsel of two regular dudes, who have climbed the steep learning curve (and lived to tell) that comes when having a baby.

The Dude’s Guide to Pregnancy dispenses irreverent, honest, practical advice for the expectant father in an easy-to-understand–and often hilarious–man-to-man format. Taking you through the entire nine month process, the Dudes offer advice on what to expect from your newly pregnant wife (paranoia, morning sickness, enlarged breasts, no sex); the dos and don’ts of dealing with your wife’s body and mood changes, your mother-in-law and other family members; and the nitty-gritty details of what is expected of you and how your life will be changing during the next 40 weeks.

The Dude’s Guide to Pregnancy gives twenty-something to forty-something men the indespensible tools and advice they need to maneuver the many ups and downs associated with impending fatherhood.

On Sale
May 2, 2008
Page Count
240 pages

Bill Lloyd

About the Author

Bill Lloyd is a 30-something husband and father of two and highly sought-after voiceover talent for television movie trailers and commercials. He lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and children.

Scott Finch is a 30-something father of three and software engineer for Panasonic. He lives in the Chicago area with his wife and children.

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