From the practical to the practically weird
Do you know of expectant parents who clearly aren't prepared to be parents? Perhaps you don't, because that expectant parent is you. This book is the missing manual to baby care that you've been looking for. Drawn in the style of flight safety placards, the book details the hilarious Do's and Don't's of taking care of a newborn.
At about week 20 of pregnancy, your baby's hearing has developed to a point where sounds and voices can be recognized. With a pair of baby bump headphones, you can deliver a safe level of soudn to your baby's ears. They have special adhesive on each mini-speaker that stick to a belly, delivering sound right to your baby's ears. You can then play a loved one's voice recording, stream Mozart or even some heavy metal.