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作       者:Tuhin Sinha

出  版  社:Harlequin Non-Fiction

出版时间:2014-10-24

字       数:118.1万

所属分类: 进口书 > 外文原版书 > 励志自助/心灵

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With gender dynamics changing the world over, parenting is a key area where this change is most perceptible. Modern dads today have no inhibitions in changing their baby’s diapers, spending sleepless nights catering to their newborn or looking after the baby while the mother is at work. They often tend to be more patient and indulgent with the baby, a marked shift from the way Indian fathers used to be a few decades ago. Daddy, a first of its kind Indian book, provides a rare parenting insight from a father’s perspective, and looks at issues, concerns and joys that every new father goes through. Combining personal narrative, with stories from new fathers and leading medical practitioners, the book brings together ideas on involved fatherhood and explores the changing relationship dynamic between a couple after the baby arrives. In more ways than one, it celebrates the spirit of new age fatherhood. PRAISE FOR ‘DADDY’ "Fatherhood has been the most amazing life altering experience for me..Daddy is a one of its kind book that celebrates the emotion of being a father, besides being a ready handbook for all new fathers as well as those planning to go the family way." -VIVEK OBEROI, BOLLYWOOD ACTOR "‘Daddy’ proves that fatherhood is an inner calling and a passion! It shows how you can find time to be a hands-on father despite all your professional commitments" -MANOJ BAJPAYEE, BOLLYWOOD ACTOR "The book is an excellent combination of profound paternal emotions and some very practical guidance tips for new fathers. Loved it… you will!" -TARUN KATIAL, CEO, RELIANCE BROADCAST NETWORK LTD. "Tuhin’s book comes with a bright ray of hope, providing beautiful and meaningful insights for fathers to raise their children in a healthy environment, which will enhance a child’s life holistically." -SEEMA HINGORRANY, PSYCHOLOGIST
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Cover

Praise from the Participant Dads

About the Author

Title Page

Dedication

Acknowledgements

The Rainbow

Contents

Prologue

Section A: BECOMING DAD

1. Introduction

Why I wrote the book

2. I Want to Become a Dad … But Am I Ready?

My first paternal pangs

When to be a father

It’s written in the stars

The clock is ticking …

Things to remember

Section B: WHAT A DAD NEEDS TO DO DURING PREGNANCY

3. You’re Expecting! What Next?

Deciding the doctor and hospital

Make your home baby-friendly

Scans and more …

Stem cell banking

Things to remember

4. Giving Emotional Support

She needs some tender, loving, care

Say goodbye to your social life

Put wife before work

Help her through morning sickness

Indulge her food cravings

Pick up household chores

Protect mother and baby

Sometimes you have to sit back and let go!

Plan a baby moon

Section C: THE BIRTH

5. Labour Day

Early birds

The final countdown

There will be blood!

So far but so good

Watch out for the waterworks

6. Managing Birth Complications

Testing times ahead

Managing the crowd

Is your hospital a safe zone?

Things to remember

Section D: THE HOMECOMING

7. Announcing the Baby

Finally, Tanish and mom re-unite

Bringing home the new addition

The longest car journey ever!

Of pujas and photo ops

Say hello to the virtual world

8. Caution! Speed Bumps Ahead

Getting down to business

At times, formula milk is inevitable

Don’t over-react

A separation

Things to remember

9. The Name Game

The key players

Google thy name

The perfect fit

Better late than never

Things to remember

10. Up All Night

Say goodbye to sleep

Adjusting to new sleeping patterns

Working your magic

Co-sleeping with your child

Things to remember

11. For Crying Out Loud!

Take a chill pill

The language of tears

Swaddling

To do or not to do?

Things to remember

12. Relax, Little One

Time to bond

The first bath

Safety rules to remember

Massaging your baby

13. I’m Always Anxious

Feeding woes

Obsessing over your baby

Finding a good paediatrician

Ruling out anomalies

Things to remember

Section E: NEW MOM, NEW DAD

14. Emotional Atyachaar

Mind your language

Everyone has an opinion!

Screen your visitors

Internal atyachaar

Am I fat?

Managing grandparents

More people equals more love

Things to remember

15. Pati, Patni or Woh! The Nanny Diaries …

Yes, we need help

The nanny from hell

Agencies or personal reccos?

Give the nanny a break

Things to remember

16. Getting Life Back on Track

No time for love

Reconnecting with your wife

Things to remember

17. It’s Not All About the Money, Honey!

Office politics before the baby

Is she worried about her job?

Maternity leave is over. What next?

Not without my baby

Things to remember

18. Daddy Needs Bonding Time too

Crazy, stupid, love

The new-age dad

Take note, corporate dads

Are you a Helicopter Dad?

Too close for comfort

Paternity leave in India

Things to remember

Section F: SIX MONTHS AND OVER

19. An Accident at Every Corner

Have a safety plan

Baby-proofing the house

Blink and miss!

The technological solution

Guard against secondary drowning

Things to remember

20. Separation Anxiety

What does this mean?

Our tryst with separation anxiety

How should I prepare my baby?

Things to remember

An Expert Take—by Dr. Seema Hingorrany

Things to remember

21. My Baby is the Boss of Me

Am I spoiling my child?

The early symptoms

Even parents get homework

Don’t let the tears fool you

It’s time for some tough love

Teaching habits

Things to remember

22. Keeping the Little One Entertained

Games galore

Gadget geeks start early

With a little help from friends

Malls vs open spaces

When to allow TV

Encourage physical activities

Power of age-old story telling

Things to remember

23. Protecting Your Baby

Don’t panic! This too shall pass

Are vaccines optional?

Common illnesses

Things to remember

An Expert Take—by Dr. Santanu Sen

An Expert Take—by Dr. Ninad Hebbalkar

24. Teaching Your Tot

School’s in session

Do we need one?

How to find the perfect school

The first day

Things to remember

Section G: A CASE FOR INVOLVED FATHERHOOD

25. Fatherhood across Generations

The way we were

My daddy strongest

Things I’d do differently

26. A Letter to My Son

If I Had My Child to Raise Over Again

Fathers Interviewed for the Book

Copyright

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