In the end, it does not matter if you are rich or poor. If you fill your home with love and attention, you will raise a good child.
WINDSOR, Nova Scotia (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Finding himself confused and unprepared for fatherhood, Fredrick Smysniuk penned “Holy Crap, I'm a Dad!” (published by Trafford Publishing) to help other expecting fathers be prepared for the changes and challenges ahead.
“‘Holy Crap, I’m a Dad!’ is written by a dad for other dads,” says Smysniuk. “It is designed to inform and offer advice to the new father, from the time his wife or girlfriend tells him that she is pregnant until his child reaches the age of 5.”
Smysniuk brings readers advice about the changes a new father should expect from his wife/girlfriend during pregnancy, as well as how to prepare the home – all the necessary furnishings and equipment. The book also provides information about the lifestyle changes that will occur and many of the problems that soon-to-be fathers will encounter on a daily basis. Along with the information provided, Smysniuk gives helpful suggestions on how to deal with the challenges that expecting fathers will encounter. Full of funny stories about mistakes Smysniuk made, “Holy Crap, I’m a Dad!” will have readers laughing and learning until the very end.
“No matter how hard raising a child gets, there are ways through it in the end,” says Smysniuk. In the end, it does not matter if you are rich or poor. If you fill your home with love and attention, you will raise a good child.”
“Holy Crap, I'm a Dad!”
By Fredrick Smysniuk
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 62 pages | ISBN 9781425165451
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Fredrick Smysniuk was born in 1966. He joined the navy after high school and sailed all over the world – Caribbean, Middle East, North Atlantic and South Africa. He met his wife, Sara, in 1997 and married in 1999. They had their first son, Russell, in 2001 and then twins in 2004. They reside in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
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