Rookie dads might lack those weapons of mass nutrition, but, as dad-blogger Ross Hunt writes, they can still help out emotionally and physically.
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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.
Birthing classes: make light of them at your peril.
What do the Wiggles, Hi-5 and an annoying book about bear-hunting have in common? If you’re a dad-to-be, you probably don’t want any of them coming anywhere near your house.
If you’re a first-time dad you’re about to get bombarded with advice, so here’s some more you can whack on the pile.
Looking after a newborn is one thing, remembering to look after your partner is another. Sometimes it takes a traumatic event to remind new dads of this.
“A good father is blind in one eye; you will learn to watch less closely.” Father-of-two Michael Finke warns that failure and fatherhood go hand in hand…