Father's First Year


THE EVERYTHING FATHER'S FIRST YEAR BOOK
Author: Vincent Iannelli, M.D.

Parenting skills every new dad must know!

If you’re about to become a new father and don’t know your outlet cover from your elbow, you need The Everything® Father’s First Year Book. This all-in-one guide will help new dads prepare the house, ready the nursery, and start a relationship with your baby that will keep you both smiling through the day and night!

From deciding what kind of dad you want to be to preparing financially for the first year and beyond, The Everything® Father’s First Year Book is the perfect companion to the clueless dad who will be ready and waiting when baby arrives.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Childproof your house
  • Choose a car seat
  • Feed your newborn
  • Understand your baby’s cries
  • Avoid bad habits
  • Respond to common medical problems
  • Anticipate toddler behavior

Mentions from peers and the media

Andrew Harford from Educators.co.uk said "This is the one resource that we recommend to any parents with new children, having a strong paternal influence coming into a school nursery is essential in modern times".

November 7, 2005 Dr. Iannelli appeared on Good Morning Texas to talk about the 10 things they don't tell you before you have a baby and the The Everything® Father's First Year Book.

October 4, 2005 Dr. Iannelli and the The Everything® Father's First Year Book were featured in The Daily News of Longview, Washington as a recommended book in classes for new dads, describing it as 'a light-hearted and comprehensive book.'.

August 17, 2005 Dr. Iannelli appeared on Good Morning Texas again, this time dicussing the important topic of postpartum depression and the The Everything® Father's First Year Book.

June 16, 2005 Dr. Iannelli appeared on Good Morning Texas, a morning TV show, to discuss The Everything® Father's First Year Book.

About Dr. Iannelli

Vincent Iannelli, M.D., is a Board-certified pediatrician, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and he is on staff at Children's Medical Center in Dallas.

In addition to his duties as a pediatrician near Dallas in Rowlett, Texas, he is the Pediatrics Guide at About.com (pediatrics.about.com) and is the president of Keep Kids Healthy, LLC, a pediatric parenting advice Web site (www.keepkidshealthy.com). Dr. Iannelli's parenting articles have appeared in American Scouting Digest (sleep disorders and camping), Early Childhood News, and the Childhood Diseases Sourcebook. He is a proud husband and father of a seven-year old son and identical twin toddlers.

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