We are currently open 9am-6pm Tuesday-Saturday and 11am-4pm Sunday. While we are not yet allowing indoor eating or drinking, we have set up patio and sidewalk seating for the season and will be re-evaluating indoor seating once our entire team is fully vaccinnated.
In this classic parody, Thomas Hill presents the testosterone-inspired answer to the bestseller What to Expect When You're Expecting.
The third edition of the best, funniest father's guide to having a baby, What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding, is now thoroughly revised and updated, but it's still packed with information, advice, and attitude distinctively for guys. Originally conceived as a little parody, just something funny and helpful for the expectant man, the book is now a classic gift, passed knowingly from one generation of first-time papas to the next.
With this lighthearted, month-by-month instruction manual on the care and nurture of a pregnant wife—the main role of expectant dads—he'll handle all the important milestones and topics: what not to say during the three phases of labor; what to buy, how many, and when; maintaining work-life balance; maintaining work-life-wife balance.
New features in What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding include:
The minefield: the wrong gifts for your pregnant wife
Social media pregnancy etiquette: status update!
Eight reasons why not to pick out maternity clothes
What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding also features the latest trends!
Festive gender-reveal parties. (Really!)
Updated baby name guide, including Twitter hash tags.
Cloth diapers: The debate is back!
About the Author
A native of Ithaca, N.Y., Thomas Hill is a creative executive for Nick@Nite and TV Land. A veteran of Harvard, the United States Chess Federation, and fatherhood, Thomas has five children and lives with his family in Verplanck, N.Y.
"While originally conceived as a parody on a certain familiar bestseller, this funny resource actually contains plenty of helpful advice..." (Kate Wallace, Atlanta Parent magazine)
"...full of sound advice any father-to-be will appreciate." (Brett Cohen, Cape Cod Times)