I thoroughly recommend this book to any expectant Dad’s.
I’ve found that Expectant Dad books seem to fall into 2 camps: jokey & laddy or not.
This is the latter. This doesn’t treat being an expectant Dad like one big joke. It treats pregnancy seriously and doesn’t infantilise the men.
I’m reading the relevant chapters for the postnatal period, which is now.
It has a British sensibility to it, but is ultimately universal in its advice.