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We don’t talk a lot about men when it comes to parenting because women bear most of the responsibilities, from carrying the pregnancy to childcare. And as a consequence, most books center around motherhood. Being a dad is an exciting moment for most men. But sometimes you need help in the parenting journey. That’s why we are listing parenting books for dads, for them to get practical advice on navigating parenting.

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‘The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-To-Be’

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This is one of the best parenting books for you to read as a dad. It guides you through your partner’s pregnancy, what it’s all about and how you can support the mother. 

As much as men are thought to be detached from the pregnancy process, it turns out that they too are anxious about it and perhaps wonder how they can help. 

Well, start by reading this book. Additionally, you’ll get advice on financial planning, and emotional and physical changes that happen during this cycle. Get yourself a copy on Amazon.

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‘The Dad’s Edge: 9 Simple Ways to Have: Unlimited Patience, Improved Relationships, and Positive Lasting Memories’

Another masterpiece for fathers to grab from Amazon. This book prides itself on providing you with expert advice on fatherhood, a roadmap that will help you see the path. Larry Hagner is giving you something he didn’t have when he became a dad. 

He says fatherhood is the best gift any man can get but it’s also humbling, recognizing the scarce resources available. After reading this book, you’ll be able to find work-life balance, and how to keep your connection with your kids among other facets of fatherhood.

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‘Diaper Dude: The Ultimate Dad’s Guide to Surviving the First Two Years’

We’ve all seen videos online of a father struggling to change his baby’s diapers, and clothing or even do shopping. For the longest time, these things have been relegated as ‘woman’s duties’ but as you become more involved in your kids’ lives, you need to know what to do. 

Thankfully, Chris Pegula’s book will ensure you survive the first two years, from taking care of the newborn to retaining your identity in the middle of everything. Get a copy on Amazon.

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‘Sleepless Nights and Kisses for Breakfast: Reflections on Fatherhood’

From writing Facebook posts to publishing one of the most indispensable parenting books for dads, Matteo’s book is a must-read for any man. He shares the most intimate moments with his daughters. He shares the different parenting seasons, incorporating humor, and moving stories from his experience. This book is the ultimate guide. If you want a nice peek into fatherhood, get this book on Amazon.

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‘The Ultimate Stay-At-Home Dad: Your Essential Manual for Being an Awesome Full-Time Father’

Once upon a time, stay-at-home fathers were looked down upon. However, it’s not unusual for that to happen nowadays, which is why Shannon Carpenter’s book is akin to a survival manual. 

If you’re a father and contemplating making a shift from working full-time to becoming a full-time dad, you should get this book from Amazon. It’ll give you practical tips on what to do as a stay-at-home dad from cleaning to looking after your mental health and becoming a good father.

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‘Be Prepared: A Practical Handbook for New Dads’

The title says it all. To any man out there getting into fatherhood, it’s not easy and the preparation starts before the baby arrives. When they get here, you have to know how to use your space and make it baby-friendly. 

How about moving around with your child? Yes, Gary Greenberg and Jeannie Hayden have answers and tricks of the do’s and don’ts. Additionally, you’ll find out how you can remain productive during and after the baby’s duties. 

The best thing is that this book has helpful diagrams that’ll guide you to do what it suggests. Check this book on Amazon.

Amazingly, men have been proactive in sharing their fatherhood experience. If you’re a new dad or about to become one, you don’t need to guess your way. This phase is stressful to new parents and we hope that these parenting books for dads should prepare you for what’s to come.

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Agnes Amondi
Agnes Amondi
Agnes Amondi is a sports enthusiast who enjoys sharing sports knowledge. Over the years, she has also written on different niches, and she now brings that experience at Spotcovery. She writes sports content and also, Arts & Culture, Recipe, Beauty and more.

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