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A storm in remote northwestern America. A scared wife ready to give birth at 32 weeks. A hazardous light-plane journey over the mountains to the nearest hospital. In a must-read long-form piece, Bill Donavan, father to two adult sons and founder of Yoee Baby, vividly recalls his firstborn’s turbulent labour.
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.
Some toys are more special than others. For Daniel Lewis’ first daughter, a teddy bear gifted on her turbulent first day has led to an enduring bed-time bond.
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.
Christopher Askey wastes not a word in this unique telling of his fatherhood experience.
Cutting the umbilical cord: Superficial gesture or super part of childbirth? TDW co-founders Ferg and Lewy give their two cents’ worth.
Is the birth of your first child an occasion worthy of a jacket? Apparently the answer is yes. And no.