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#1 of 5 Old 02-09-2002, 02:20 AM - Thread Starter
 
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A friend of mine and her DH are considering kids, but in discussing it the wife is very PRO-AP and the DH is wondering what role he plays in the attached family. Mind sharing some suggestions?

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HAve him read Dr. Sears. He always has sections in his books that are devoted to Dads. I didn't think my DH needed any special Dad AP books, if I found something interesting I just asked him to read it. Although Dr. Sears does have a book out for Fathers. Becomind a Father or something like that.

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Mothering,

It's a great read, AND you can contribute.

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i picked up a great book at my local LLL conference. sorry i can't remember the author, but it is called "fathering right from the start" a great book, form the AP perspective.
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Hmmmm,

As an AP dad, I have no time to read anything. When I get home from work, I play with the kids, raise the kids, wash the kids, read to the kids, feed the kids, clean the kids, snuggle with the kids, fall a sleep with the kids.

When do people find time to read? When they get up early to eat breakfast in peace? That is when I get to use the computer.

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