“I predict this book will become as essential to new dads as What to Expect When
DaD to DaD: Parenting Like a Pro offers expert advice, guidance, to Dad.” author; journalist; and father of 2Family Circle;Contributing editor,ynantan is to new moms (and a lot more fun to read). I wish I’d read thisdYou’re Expectingbook before my children were born—and more importantly, so do my wife and kids
and insight from a pediatrician-dad.
You’ve probably heard it before—having a baby really changes your life. And maybe
But after his daughter was born, Dr Hill discovered ﬁrsthand that becoming a dad Dad DadtoDadParenting Like a Pro
you’ve felt like David Hill, MD, FAAP, author of Dad to Dad, when he heard it over
and over from other parents: “Oh yeah, you think?”
can be an overwhelming experience, so he wrote this book as a helpful guide for the
70 million US fathers like you.
Dr Hill is a dad himself and a physician who practices pediatrics in Wilmington, NC.
Inside this practical yet humorous book, you’ll ﬁnd helpful information on topics such as
After reading Dad to Dad, you’ll feel more comfortable about fatherhood and Parenting Like a ProDavid L. Hill, MD, FAAPAs a pediatrician, writer, and father of 3, David Hill, MD, FAAP, believes humoris essential to surviving parenthood. He has put this theory to the test at variousInfant and child developmentBaby basics—crying, sleeping, pooping, and eatingEveryday illnesses and what to look for—fevers, ear infections, colds, stomachbugs, and sore throatsA guide to vaccines—when to get them and just what they’re forSound advice to cope with toddlerhood and beyond
have the answers to day-to-day parenting issues at your ﬁngertips.
about the author
times as a stay-at-home dad, a primary breadwinner, part of a 2-working-parent
writer, Dr Hill has composed and recorded humorous commentaries for National Public Radio David L. Hill, MD, FAAP Insight From a Pediatrician-Dad, MD, FAAPDavid L. HillExpert Advice, Guidance, andhildren bookstore.cealthyhor additional parenting resources, visit thefDr Hill’s medical roles include vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics, adjunctfamily, and a single father.assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of North Carolina School of
Medicine, Executive Committee member of the North Carolina Pediatric Society, and program
director of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Communications and Media. As a
(NPR) All Things Considered and NPR afﬁliate WHQR. His informative videos on children’s
health topics appear online at sites including Livestrong.com and eHow.com.