Baby Talk for Dads
COPE Launches Newsletter for Rookie Dads
Family Foundations: Building Strong Parenting Teams
Eight Weeks To Go…
Four Ways to Help Your Partner Breastfeed
The ‘Push Ring’ Explained
Everything In Its Right Place: The 20-Week Scan
The Art of Keeping Quiet (Part 1)
Tadpoles and Transducers: The 12-Week Scan
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We get the lowdown on ‘Baby Talk for Dads’, an online tool developed by UNICEF and H&M Foundation that helps new dads learn how to communicate effectively with their babies.
Australian not-for-profit Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE) have launched a newsletter for new dads to prepare them for the emotional and mental challenges ahead.
Family Foundations – a Victorian Government-funded program – helps new parents work together to manage the ups and downs of raising children.
Eight weeks to go. 56 days. 1,344 hours. 80,640 minutes. 4,838,400 seconds-ish. Not that rookie dad-to-be Mark Cassidy is counting.
Rookie dads might lack those weapons of mass nutrition, but, as dad-blogger Ross Hunt writes, they can still help out emotionally and physically.
Forked out for engagement and wedding rings and think you’re done? Think again. As Melbourne jeweller Simon West explains, ‘push’ rings are on the rise.
More than just a milestone checkpoint, the 20-week scan is a cinematic experience that, like The Godfather II, is even better than the (12-week) original.
A barista with a driving test, some unexpected speed humps and the slow drive home – Terry Cornick shares the tale of the arrival of his first born Finnley.
Daniel Lewis grapples with the two-edged sword of keeping a pregnancy quiet.