Becoming a new dad is exhilerating, but it can also be stressful. Rookie dad Stephen Jones offers six tips to make a great start in your fatherhood journey.
It Pays to Prepare: Why Educating Yourself Can Help You Become a Great Dad
How To Get Mentally Ready To Be a Dad In Your 20s
The ‘V’-Word: Birthing Classes
New Dads, Beware the “Nesting Urge”
A Guide to Buying Bedding for Your Little One
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
Tadpoles and Transducers: The 12-Week Scan
The Art of Keeping Quiet (Part 1)
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Dad-to-be but no clue of what to expect? Start educating yourself, writes Peter Downey, author of the bestselling So You’re Going to Be a Dad.
Andy Tran had to switch from party mode to full-time dadding at the age of 24. While he’s had to make many adjustments, he’s loving life.
Birthing classes: make light of them at your peril.
When the nesting urge comes, don’t fight it – that’s the advice of Peter Downey, author of the bestseller ‘So, You’re Going to Be a Dad’.
Dad to be? Here are some tips to help you when shopping for your baby’s all-important bedding.
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.
“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…