70 Best Baby Shower Gifts for Dads to Be So They’re Ready
Often unfairly overlooked in the whole experience of a baby shower is the dad. It’s true, the new mom and the upcoming baby deserve loving, thoughtful gifts, but it’s important not to ignore the final part of the equation.
Since baby shower gifts for dads-to-be aren’t as traditional or commonplace as those for mom and baby, shopping for them can be an ordeal. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best gift ideas for upcoming fathers—no matter his likes and dislikes, you’ll be able to find a gift that will make his experience of fatherhood easier and more rewarding.
A thoughtful and practical gift, this diaper bag backpack offers all the utility of standard diaper bags without the potentially-awkward form factor and cutesy designs. Mancro intelligently designed this backpack with tons of compartments and pockets throughout the bag for carrying all the baby’s essentials while still leaving room for dad’s stuff. One of our favorite features of this diaper bag backpack is its large, insulated pockets on both sides—perfect for keeping baby’s formula warm and daddy’s beer cold all day long.
Available in paperback, Kindle, or audiobook format, The Happiest Baby on the Block makes for the perfect gift for new and expecting dads. This book from renowned baby expert Dr. Harvey Karp is packed full of helpful tips for calming babies down and helping them get to sleep faster and stay asleep longer. New parents have so many things to worry about. This book does a great job of easing dad’s fears while also providing specific advice for keeping his baby healthy, happy, and (best of all) asleep. Sleep is incredibly important for babies and parents alike, so this book is sure to be appreciated.
Cute, funny, and functional, this novelty baby rattle designed to look like a dumbbell makes for a great baby shower gift for dads. It’s inexpensive and bound to get some laughs. But unlike most joke gifts, this one is likely to actually be put to use. The tiny handle is easy for babies to grip, and the rattle is made from BPA-free baby-safe materials. The new baby can get shredded while entertaining itself with this dumbbell rattle. Plus, dad can knock out a few 2-ounce reps after the baby finishes their set.
The How to Traumatize Your Children: 7 Proven Methods to Help You Screw Up Your Kids Deliberately and with Skill book really says it all in its excessively long title. This (obviously) sarcastic book is a legitimately hilarious and somewhat informative read. How to Traumatize Your Children makes for a great baby shower gift for dads who enjoy a bit of dark humor. While it may not help them be a better parent, this book is sure to get a few laughs.
Perfect for the sentimental types, this baby handprint and footprint kit is a thoughtful and endearing baby shower gift that gives dad a fun activity to do with his newborn. Babies grow so quickly that it can be difficult to believe how tiny they were at first. This keepsake hand and footprint maker will leave a mark on the hearts of mom and dad for years to come. And it will come in handy for years of embarrassing the baby as they get older. That’s like two gifts in one!
Designed for putting real gifts inside, this Prank Pack box is a hilarious way to spice up baby showers while giving dad a big laugh. The My First Fire gift box is full of funny quotes and bonkers images that make it a blast to check out. Prank Pack also has a solid selection of other hilariously stupid gift boxes like Baby’s First Diaper Keepsake Frame and the equally gross Birthie Stick gag box for a phone mount that allows “friends, family and followers” to get all the way up close and extremely personal for the moment of birth.
Get papa bear the shirt that announces his role to the world. This adorable papa bear t-shirt makes for a great baby shower gift for dads. Available in extended sizing up to 5X, this shirt should fit even the most “sympathetic” new and expecting fathers. You could go for broke and buy the whole family matching shirts by adding this mama bear t-shirt and baby bear bodysuit to complete the set.
Cute and comfy, this plush swaddling blanket is a thoughtful gift for expecting dads. Swaddling is the first of the “5 S’s”: a method for helping babies get to sleep faster and stay asleep longer. This adorable swaddling blanket features a hood topped with little bear ears so the new baby can stay nice and warm while they hibernate. This swaddling blanket lets the baby kick and stretch their legs without falling off, thanks to its separate legs that will keep newborns warm without restricting their movement.
This baby bodysuit is a funny and practical baby shower gift that is sure to get a few laughs. Designed for clueless dads, this bodysuit features clearly labeled limb and head placement indicators to make dressing the new bundle of joy that much easier. This cute and clever gift is also bound to get some use thanks to its 100% cotton construction that makes it warm and cozy, and the tongue-in-cheek text is sure to get comments every time baby and daddy go out together.
Taking care of a newborn is no easy job. This heated massage pillow is great for working out knots and getting in some much-needed R&R during the five minutes per week of free time new parents can look forward to. This heated massage pillow even comes with a car charging adapter, making it perfect for on-the-go relaxation. Help the new dad relax with this thoughtful baby shower gift that mommy will love stealing from him.
No trooper is sent to battle unarmed, and a house with a newborn in it can be a battlefield in itself. Make sure the man of the house is fully kitted out with this neat tool belt, where he can stash packs of wet wipes, baby powder, rash cream, spare diapers, and sachets of instant coffee for that quick perk-me-up to keep him in tip-top baby-caring condition. With all the needed tools in hand, that little one will quickly run out of things to cry about — hands down one of the most solid contenders for baby shower gifts for dad.
All the necessary tools to help put together and make tweaks to those pesky IKEA cribs, all in a neat and sleek little toolbox. Anything that dad might need to fix up baby’s stuff – and stuff around the house in general – this little guy has got in store. It’s even got its own engineer’s level! No broken crib leg or non-mobile baby mobile is too tough for a man with the right tools.
Baby carriers are a tough thing to get right. There are the usual issues of the baby getting too big for it too soon, being too hard on your back, and all the other little design flaws. The Stokke does away will all of those errors with this brilliant carrier. It's fully adjustable to allow for growth and a snug, secure fit. It also allows carrying from either the front or back as well. If the dad you're thinking of gifting to has a bad back or hip, this ergonomic carrier would be perfect for him.
Some studies show that babies’ brains develop optimally when both dad and mom expose the little tyke to their voices. What better way to let baby hear Dad’s voice than by reading to him while they’re cuddling and close together? Daddy Hugs is a fantastic book for the job, being just the right size for baby’s little hands to turn the page. This is a brilliant father-baby bonding gift.
Some dads go into parenthood as if they've trained all their life for it. Some dads start slow but pick things up fast. Other dads… well, let's say they need a more than a little help. Show your support by gifting him this baby-care walkthrough book during the baby shower. If getting his wife through pregnancy wasn't enough to give him the skills required for parenting a newborn, this book will fill him in nice and quick.
This nifty portable changing station comes with a detachable padded mat, letting Dad change baby just about anywhere he might find himself faced with an "emergency." Chances are he might need to set him down somewhere less than ideal, like a wet or dirty surface. The waterproof mat eliminates any trouble that might be caused by that.
The portable changing station itself is incredibly lightweight, but still manages to be spacious and very well organized. Everything you need for a quick nappy change – wet wipes, baby oil, creams, toys to keep baby entertained, and a full pack of diapers – can fit nicely in this portable station’s mesh pockets, with still some room to spare.
This is essentially a mini-apron containing all of the essentials for diaper-changing, such as diapers, wipes, travel-sized baby products, and even plastic tongs and safety glasses ( you never know how volatile a "situation" can get). All the aforementioned items are included in the product itself, which makes it a pretty decent deal, especially if the Dad you're gifting it too often needs all of the necessary stuff in a pinch.
Less of a practical one and more of a practical joke one, this gift would be fitting for dads who like to inject a bit of humor into the tedious and often gross parts of parenting. It includes all the necessary equipment for containing and decontaminating baby's little "biohazards": gas masks, biochemical gloves, emergency diapers and wipes, a pacifier, earplugs, a rattle, and even a biohazard "do not cross" sign — standard hazmat stuff.
There’s even a little instruction infographic for posting to keep the untrained laymoms of the house informed about standard decontamination procedures.
This sweet gift is a great way to frame up baby's first picture. On the left frame of this pair of 4x6-inch frames is a poem directed to the dad-to-be, and the right frame is meant for a 4x6-inch copy of the baby's ultrasound photo. The frames each have a glass front, backed by soft black velour and encased by brushed silver metal. It's a great way to start the collection of tabletop pictures of the baby.
This one is for those "mad scientist" dads who are looking to have a little fun while watching the baby. Babies have been a treasure trove of discoveries on cognitive and motor development, and with this DIY book, the dad you're gifting it to can perform the very same experiments that led to those discoveries on his own (along with his hopefully willing test subject, of course).
Taking care of a newborn can be stress on top of even more stress, but sometimes it passes into a point of teeth-rattling terror, such as when baby gets hold of a metal fork, catches sight of an electrical outlet, and gets a dangerous gleam in his eye. This book is meant to capture those tense and not-so-pleasant moments, and hopefully add a bit of comic relief to them as Dad checks off items such as "First time I accidentally taught junior a curse word."
Another adorable book for new dads to read to their little ones, this book encapsulates the pure joy of a father holding the new life he helped create in his hands and envisioning the future person the baby might grow into. Charmingly illustrated and beautifully written, this book perfectly conveys a father’s feelings as it’s read to the baby that was made just for him (and Mom too, let’s not forget her).
Getting in on a new field of expertise can be a daunting task. There’s loads of jargon and technical terms to learn, for one thing. Thankfully, this dictionary has got you covered. Every baby-caring term from cluster-feeding to engorgement is covered in this comprehensive dictionary, with every single word defined in an easy-to-understand way that’s relevant to parenting. Bewildered dad no more, with the info that this dictionary delivers.
Inspired by Carlos from Hangover, dads who are fans of the movie will be thrilled to stick this on their car. This long-lasting vinyl decal stands out from all of the other "Baby on board" stickers by having a unique design, and it's about a beloved movie franchise to boot. It's a great gift for fans of the movie or just a dad who likes to have different and cool-looking baby stuff.
This sturdy, easy-to-clean baby car seat’s main selling point is its foldability and compartment for diapers and other emergency supplies. It also features high-grip traction pads, ensuring that the seat doesn’t slip off of the chair it’s strapped to.
If Dad is the kind of guy who likes to go on road trips where you stay in the car for hours on end, this booster seat would be brilliant for keeping all the necessary supplies in one place.
This innovative shirt brings a whole new meaning to the expression "wearing your baby." The stretchable front pouch gives dads an easy way to carry the baby around and do it in style too. Great for dads who aren't too keen on putting on baby carriers. It also has the added advantage of keeping baby closer to the body, soothing him or her faster than if on a baby carrier.
Some new dads can find it pretty hard to adjust to the schedule changes that babies bring. Project Nursery alleviates some of the difficulty to that with this schedule smart band and companion app. Though it's aimed primarily at moms with its breastfeeding and breastmilk pumping schedules, dads will find it nearly as useful in reminding them when it's feeding time or nap time.
Hopefully, with a couple of months of use, dad wouldn't even need this thing anymore, but it's great for getting him in the parenting groove.
This nifty gadget is a superb gift for when the mom and dad are weaning baby off of formula. Pop in some ingredients set the cooking time, and this machine will simultaneously puree and steam the stuff into some fresh baby food. It's also a fantastic backup plan for when there isn't any formula or baby food lying around and baby's getting impatient for lunch. It also includes a steam-only setting so dad can make foods like rice or pasta for himself.
Dads, in general, have never been the best at shushing crying babies. Thankfully, a whole bunch of white noise machines exists just for that purpose. A prime example is the Baby Shusher. Featuring a real human voice going "shhh," the Baby Shusher delivers an authentic calming sensation to any disquieted baby. It also features a timer that goes up to 30-minutes, and a wrist strap so dad can cradle baby while the Baby Shusher does its work. It also has adjustable volume, so dad can put the baby to sleep without waking up everyone in the adjacent rooms!
For the dad who's into all of that "tactical" stuff (and is more than a little embarrassed about toting a big girly diaper bag around), this specialized "tactical diaper backpack" would make a brilliant gift. It features an integrated wet wipes pocket and a tri-fold diaper changing pad, as well as a padded hydration bladder and laptop pocket. This thing was made to be the ultimate dad bag. However far afield his operations might take him, this bag ensures that he'll always be ready to answer the call of dadhood.
Giving a baby shower gift to a gamer dad who likes to keeps all of his fingers stuck in the fight? Maybe a dad who likes to sit down with a good book to unwind? Keeping both hands free can be a bit of a challenge when you’ve got a baby on your chest that needs feeding.
The Beebo Free Hand Bottle Holder gets rid of that conundrum, by hanging over the shoulder of the dad in question and holding a bottle that dangles right in front of that hungry baby’s face. Its rotatable design allows for maximum adjustability, making sure that there are no awkward feeding angles.
Nearly everybody loves lifehacks, especially young dads. Who doesn’t like shortcuts that work just as well or even better than the traditional way to do them? This 272-page book by Asha Dornfest is rife with such shortcuts and additional details, letting clever dads make the most of parenting, and minimize grave mistakes like losing your kid at a big event (writing "My Mom's phone number is ____ on your kid's belly seems dumb at first but turns out to be incredibly useful!). It's a great companion book to all of those "instruction manuals" about raising kids.
Babysitting can be taxing work for mom and dad both, and after a day full of heating chilled breast milk and taking out the bags full of loaded diapers, sometimes you want a soothing massage while you tuck into bed. The Homedics 3D Vibration Massage Pillow gives you just that, and even delivers a relaxing level of heat while it's at it. This is a perfect gift for dads with bad backs or necks – babies may be light at the start, but they get heavier as time goes on and it can be pretty tiring to be carrying them around all day!
As was discussed in the previous items, there’s no better way to stimulate the language center of a baby’s developing brain than to expose it to all sorts of voices and languages. While the multiple languages part might not be readily available, Dad can still read to him with that deep soothing voice of his. Bear Snores On is a great book for that purpose, with its calming tone and enjoyable rhythm. With any luck, the baby will come to associate the storybook with a sleepy feeling, to the point that is simply seeing the cover will induce snoozing.
While gifts in the vein of “best dad ever mugs” might not garner the most gratitude in a baby shower, they’re still appreciated, especially when the design gives it a bit more of a creative spin. Plus, at the very least, they’re still mugs to pour coffee into. This 11-ounce ceramic mug is dishwasher and microwave-safe, so it functions just fine as that.
The future is now! This self-installing car seat installs itself without a hitch. By using the companion app, it automatically adjusts the levels and tensions depending on your car's interior. It is to ensure a comfy, non-bumpy ride for your infant – great for dads who frequently remove the baby carrier from the car and would like to slap it on every time he puts it back instead of going through the installation process all over again. The installation self-verifies, and alerts Dad whenever he leaves the baby in the vehicle, too. The only downside is the price tag, so you and other guests might have to chip in together to get him this gift!
Turn every room into a playroom with this set of six 2ft x 2ft play mats. Criminally comfy and incredibly easy to clean, these play mats will be so fun to play on that baby might never want to be picked up from them come playtime's end. Great for dads who like to watch the baby in their own adult spaces, or those with limited home space and don't have anywhere to put a dedicated playroom.
The words “Daddy & Me” written in metal lettering set against this wooden picture frame tells everybody who has the pleasure of gazing upon it exactly how the two people in the photo framed within are related. Any new dad will be sure to be filled with joy upon looking at those words and being reminded of the adventure that's laid out in front of him – one that's not entirely his, but that of a whole new person of his own making.
It's usually recommended for baby car seats to be faced backward, to decrease the likelihood of being harmed in a car accident. With that orientation, it can be a bit hard to check the baby's status.
That's why a high quality, the crystal-clear mirror comes in incredibly handy for peering into how well baby's handling the car ride. Matusse's offering is not only that but is shatter-resistant and glare-proof as well. It offers all of the pros of having a baby car mirror while minimizing the cons. What's not to love?
Now that a baby is going to be added (or re-added) into the equation, that likely means that Dad’s going to take on some of the babysitting and even housekeeping workload, at least on his off days (or when Mom’s sick). This “Men at Work” apron would make a great gag gift for the man of the house when it’s his turn to keep said house, and that dastardly diaper-changing work too.
Baby's bath time, made easy! BabyDam turns any bathtub into a baby-friendly bath, letting Dad easily wash baby when one too many dirty diapers have given him or her that soiled smell. The BabyDam is water-efficient, too, since you only need to fill the part of the bathtub that baby occupies. Great gift for dads who find themselves washing baby often in the bathtub and have no room to keep a baby wash basin.
Babysitting is not only stressful work, but sometimes downright hair-pullingly rage-inducing. Give the hapless dad something to vent his frustration out on with this hilarious paperback coloring book. Filled with pages upon pages of adult-level coloring pictures, even the shortest-tempered dads will get a kick out of the funny images inside and cool off by fixating on the activity. Before long, he’ll be in a much better mood for babysitting.
Dads who like to sit down with a book and a mug of joe in their quiet time would appreciate being gifted a book about "how to raise empowered, resilient, and conscious children." Dr. Tsabary delivers cold hard truths that have the potential to sting but are completely necessary for the sake of the children's good development. Parenting, like a lot of things, is a two-way street, and that's only one of the things stressed by this comprehensive parenting book.
Some dads like to take every opportunity to proclaim to the world, "Hey! I successfully reproduced!". You can't fault them for it. It is quite an achievement. This phone case is one of the things that satisfy that craving. Give your dad-to-be friend another way to tell the world how much being a dad means to him.
This is best gifted by the uncle of a newborn, so baby can have a hand in wingmanning for the guy at the park or during some event that both single ladies and babies attend. The bib is lightweight at only 5.5 oz and is made out of 100% ringspun cotton jersey. The ink is also skin-safe and heat-cured for maximum longevity and readability. All those single chicks are going to know that there's some good stock on the father's side of the cute baby wearing this bib!
For a lot of boys, comic books were their refuge against the stresses of the real world when they were kids. The likes of Garfield, Thor, and even the guys from The Far Side would make them chuckle and forget about math homework for a while.
Now that they’re dads, comic books like this one are still here to offer their support by poking fun at all of the aspects of parenting that’s almost enough to drive a man insane. Featuring a cast of fatherly fowls, the dad you’re gifting this collection of comic strips will soon find everything in it relatable a few weeks into parenting, if he still doesn’t from the get-go.
Some dads swear off of drinking when the baby comes. Some dads drive right into it and get into full-on drinking sessions with their kids. Show Dad that you're calling it right now by gifting him this "Drinking Buddies" baby bodysuit on the baby shower. It's a little cheeky, but it'd be a pretty cool thing to be wearing when Dad does have a couple of drinks with the baby and takes a picture for posterity.
Another funny gag gift to give, this one will make a great staple around the changing station. A dedicated towel would be nice to have for anywhere you do a certain type of dirty work, and the nappy station is no exception. The towel is a generous 15"x22" and features a familiar scene of a dad wearing a gas mask and handling a contaminated infant subject.
Dads are usually more collected than moms when it comes to parenting, but some situations curl the hair of even the cooler-headed fathers. This humorous parenting book serves as an effective reminder of the most potent parenting trick in the book: keeping calm. Inside are golden nuggets of advice from David Vienna and other parenting experts on how to keep a level head when the going gets tough. Crisis averted, freakout averted.
Let baby take after Dad by letting him or her knockback that pumped breastmilk stored in this 10 oz bottle that looks almost like an actual lager bottle. The baby bottle complies with all health standards like having a food-grade silicone nipple and BPA-free plastic, ensuring that it's safe as well as funny. Now they can be even closer to actual drinking buddies! Imagine the pictures.
Having lots of personalized baby stuff makes for brilliant keepsakes for when the baby's all grown up, and baby caps are one of the most common ones to be personalized. These baby caps have the baby names hand-embroidered on them, giving them even more of a personalized feel (it has a 12-character limit, however). It fits well for newborns up to 6 months of age.
The quintessential operation manual for infantile units, this instructs even the most novice baby owners in the proper care and maintenance of their newly issued child. From maintenance operations such as swaddling and diaper-changing to activating basic functions like burping and sleeping, this comprehensive guide has got you covered on all of the technical bases.
This one’s for the beer enthusiast dads. The shirt is 100% preshrunk cotton, minimizing the shrinking effect of machine-drying (that would be incredibly unflattering to the standard beer gut) and the baby onesie fits well for babies of all shapes and milk guts. It also features a three-snap closure, further ensuring those microbrew contents don’t spill out the back end.
This baby-proofing kit full of plastic covers and locks ensures that baby won’t get hurt around the house when he finally learns how to walk. Featuring electric outlet plugs, cabinet locks, edge, and corner guards, this medley of baby-proofing materials will keep baby safe from any harm that might befall him or her at home. Since it's no-drill, there's no hardware required to install these. Stick them onto furniture, and they're baby-proofed.
This friendly baby giraffe will help send even the fussiest babies to dreamland with its soothing collection of sleep-inducing authentically-recorded sounds: a babbling brook, a serene summer night, the sound of waves lapping the shore, and the main feature, the sound of a mother’s heartbeat from within the womb. This subliminally familiar sound will remind baby of the calm sleep experienced before birth and fall asleep faster than if Mommy were holding him or her. Great for dads who have trouble with putting the baby to sleep.
This personal baby growth journal has 125 pages waiting to be filled with all of the zany and quotable stuff that comes out of kids’ mouths. But while baby still hasn’t developed the gift of language just yet, Dad can fill the first couple of pages with his thoughts, insights, and even quotable quotes that might come to mind while parenting. Great to have something to look back on when the baby phase is over, especially if Dad’s the writing kind of guy.
Dad might be a veteran masseuse for Mom, but babies are a different beast altogether. If he might find himself lost on how to relax baby through his magical massage hands, this DVD will certainly come in handy. Featuring classic techniques from award-winning massage therapist John G. Louis, the baby will sleep better, grow faster, and be more relaxed in general; and form a closer bond with Dad in the process.
When traveling and no babysitter is available, it's imperative that Mom and Dad bring baby with them. Good, freshly made coffee can be hard to come by in certain places, however, and sometimes running out to get a cup of joe is out of the question. With LiPing's portable coffee maker solution, Dad can make his coffee right in the hotel room while he's attending to baby's needs. It should make up for all that exhaustion from travel and taking care of the baby at the same time in a cinch.
Dad raising a regular party animal? Send over this cool onesie that tells everyone where the main event's at. Whether it's gathering over the crib railings to watch the baby roll over for the first time or just a regular playdate where you make baby laugh by jingling keys, everyone's sure to come running when they read the announcement on this bodysuit.
Many dads – especially ones that were the only child or have been around brothers all their lives – have raising boys down pat based on experience. But what happens when the baby that popped out happened to have two X chromosomes? Most girls aren't very boyish, and hence they come with their suite of factors that Dad might not be very comfortable with. If you're certain that Dad is going to be in way over his head with that scenario, send over this book at the baby shower for some required reading. It contains all the necessary tutorials from dance recitals, tea parties, and potty training.
For dads intending to set up baby enclosures, they might run into some problems with their baby gates scraping the wall paint, especially if the baby grows up to be a rowdy little ragamuffin who likes to bang on the gate. It helps with keeping the gate stable too, meaning no accidental baby containment breaches. It's a no-tools-required setup as well, so dad doesn't have to lug that big toolbox from the garage.
Parents making handprints and footprints with their babies have been a long-standing tradition in families. It's an easy way to create a creative and personal memento and marks how amusingly small baby's hands were compared to Dad's or Mom's. This glass-covered wood photo frame makes it all the easier to do that and wraps it up in a sleek-looking package too. It comes with three non-toxic watercolor bottles, and the frame itself has a section dedicated to a small family portrait.
Prepare Dad for deployment with this tactical diaper bag. It comes complete with its diaper changing pad, quick-release sternum straps for extra securing, two insulated bottle holders, and lots and lots of pockets. It’s also made out of tough, military-grade 600 denier polyester, making it truly heavy-duty. Parenthood can be comparable to a military excursion, as some military dads might attest, and this diaper bag will help prepare Dad for the action that lies ahead.
As the name suggests, this handy tote bag is three things rolled in one: it’s a diaper bag, a full-sized changing station, and the interior also transforms into a bassinet crib or cradle. It’s sturdy and waterproof, made out of heavy-duty 600D polyester. Dads who travel a lot with baby ought to be thrilled to have all the baby stuff in one place, and can let baby sleep anywhere he or she might feel like catching winks too. It’s even got a clip-on disposable plastic bag dispenser, for when you need to dispatch a soiled diaper.
This mug is equal parts clever and cheeky, and Dads who have a comparable personality that would love to pour their coffee into it every morning. It’s a great way to pat your mate on the back for his baby-making skills. It makes for a funny little ego-stroke for him too: when he sits down for some coffee one morning in the future and watches his kids dashing out of the front door to catch the bus, he’ll notice the print on the mug and remember that he was the one who brought those little rapscallions into existence.
Putting baby to sleep is one of the first hurdles Dad might find difficulty in traversing, so he'll find the tricks in this book handy should all of the usual techniques fail. Featuring insights from child sleep experts Julie Wright and Heather Turgeon, Dad will be equipped with all he needs to teach baby all the necessary skills to be able to sleep and nap on his or her own.
With all of the science-backed tips in this book, Dad will have no problem at all, making baby sleep like a… well, baby.