Wednesday, June 17, 2009

DVD Being Dad-Tips for new Fathers

“We’re Pregnant!!!”

Have you ever been in a room when a happy couple announces that they are going to have a baby? Then you have probably noticed that everyone immediately runs to the mom-to-be with hugs, kisses, and tears of joy.

But what about the dad-to-be?

Sure he gets the slap on the back or a handshake of congratulations, but mostly we tend to think of the dad as more of a bystander in all this, there to grab the bags and rush mom to the hospital when it’s time. But nowadays men generally want to take a more pro-active role in the pregnancy stage. But how? It’s not their bodies and emotions that are in a constant state of flux. How can they possibly understand, much less help out?

Being Dad was made for and by men in the daddy-to-be stage. Forty men from all around the United States have compiled their thoughts, concerns, fears, and joy from “I’m pregnant,” through to their baby’s first cry in the delivery room. This 80-minute DVD helps men better understand what their wives are going through from morning sickness, mood swings, and cravings to finances, sex, and what not to say. It also includes advice from experts, including a doctor, a midwife, a dula, and a sleep counselor. Being Dad would make a great Father’s Day gift for any new daddy-to-be, or you can pop one in with your upcoming baby shower gift.

Know someone who’s already had a baby? Then there’s Being Dad 2. This entertaining 99-minute DVD features dozens of new dads from around the world. Watch these fathers as they balance being involved with the day-to-day activities of raising a new baby while still maintaining a busy lifestyle. This DVD also covers important topics like sleep deprivation, building a routine, and strengthening your relationship as a couple, as well as diaper changing, traveling, making sure babies get all their immunizations, combating illnesses, and much more.

DVDs are available on for a special Father's Day sale of $26.99 separately or $49.99 as a set.

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