Parenthood is confusing as it is but many men are surprised at what a difficult transition it can be from the sports watching, beer drinking, freewheeling days of bachelorhood to 3 a.m. feedings, diaper changing and how in the world to handle a baby with colic. While many little girls play with dolls and young women dream of raising a family, men often don't think about kids until they have them. Barry Ozer and Richard Jones found themselves as a couple of dudes with kids but no instruction manual. So, through trial and error, love and laughs, they wrote one called A Dude's Guide to Babies. They chronicle the travails of fatherhood and they've already started work on books about kids of all ages. We'll meet them when Charlotte Talks.