I admit that when it comes to raising a child, father’s are just clueless sometimes. Even I with a 5 year old and a newborn are sometimes perplexed at what I should be doing. That’s why I think all med should be issued a Toddler Owner’s Manual. These are operating instructions for small humans and even though men don’t like reading manuals, sometimes we just have to.
This is the perfect gift if you know any new dads who may seem clueless or need a manual to program their child. You can pick it up now at ThinkGeek for $14.99.
The Baby Owner’s Manual has taught hundreds of thousands of readers how to “operate” their newborns and infants. But as technology evolves, so too will baby-and before long, there’s a toddler in the house! But just because your child is bigger, don’t think you’ll suddenly know how to take care of them. Oh no. You need a new manual. Lucky for you, we got one: The Toddler Owner’s Manual!
With the same hilarious blend of schematic diagrams, troubleshooting tips, and step-by-step instructions, The Toddler Owner’s Manual explores issues of childhood from ages one to three. Does your toddler refuse to consume fuel? Are there viruses in her system? Do you need to reprogram her sleep routine? Whatever your concerns, you’ll find the answers here-courtesy of pediatric psychologist Dr. Brett Kuhn and coauthor Joe Borgenicht.