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The Grateful Dad®‘s Guide to the First Year of Fatherhood "How to Parent Your Newborn with Passion, Joy, and Gratitude"

The Grateful Dad®‘s Guide to the First Year of Fatherhood
"How to Parent Your Newborn with Passion, Joy, and Gratitude"
by Doug Gertner, PhD
Book Description:

The Grateful Dad's Guide to the First Year of Fatherhood: How to Parent Your Newborn with Passion, Joy & Gratitude ~ Get the go-to guide with hands-on month-by-month advice, tools, and strategies for every grateful dad. Follow the Daddy Steps Model from Delivery to Delight, and record monthly progress on the Gratitude Journal pages. Easy reading for fathers, mothers, family members, and caregivers, this invaluable resource offers answers to parent's most pressing questions with an emphasis on baby care, life balance and their primary relationship. The Grateful Dad's Guide is the perfect gift. (76 pages; softcover, perfect bound.)


About Doug Gertner, PhD:

Doug Gertner, Ph.D., is The Grateful Dad®, a Denver-based educator, trainer, consultant, blogger, broadcaster, and activist in the pro-feminist men's space. He has taught, lectured, published, and consulted widely in the areas of education, management, and gender studies. Doug's Full-Circle Fatherhood blog reflects on being a father and a son, and has appeared in Huffington Post Parents, The Good Men Project, City Dads, Slow Parenting Teens, and at TheGratefulDad.org. He is the author of The Grateful Dad’s Guide to the First Year of Fatherhood, The Grateful Dad’s Journal of Gratitude, and a contributor to the anthology Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Lives, all available on Amazon. You’ll find archives of his podcast, The Grateful Dad Radio Hour, at his website, http://www.DougGertner.com - Doug and his partner, Maggie Miller, are parents of teenage Jordan

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