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A house husbands' guide : cooking for your pregnant partner
A house husbands' guide : cooking for your pregnant partner
Harvie, Aaron2017
The House Husband's Guide is aimed at the man wanting to get more involved in the kitchen at home - whether they are a Stay-at-Home Dad, weekend parents (single Dad) or just all round great guys who want to do more around the house. The book covers everything from cooking for your pregnant partner, cooking for the family and dinners at home for two, right through to kids parties. The book also provides step-by-step cooking and nutritional guides for expectant fathers who want to become more involved in their partner's diet during pregnancy. More men are staying at home to assume the role of primary caregiver as their partners continue to climb the corporate ladder and many men share the domestic duties as both partners continue in the workforce. Men can start to feel alienated in the pregnancy process as their partner experiences dramatic physical and mental changes while they essentially stay the same. Cooking is a great way to bring people together - the family that cooks together, stays together! It's a wonderful way for men to fill an essential role in the pregnancy and have a positive effect on their baby's life - not to mention all the brownie points they will get from their partners for taking the initiative and some of the workload off them.
London ; Sydney : New Holland Publishers, 2017.
221 pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibraryHouse and Garden641.56319 HARAvailable