Absolutely free resources to help you prepare for your leap into fatherhood. Actually, it's more of a jump. Off a cliff. With an umbrella for a parachute. Basically, you're Wile E. Coyote.
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You're hearing all the time how the next step in your life is supposed to be having a baby. But are you ready - or do you just assume you are because everyone is telling you that's what you do after you get married/move in/buy a house? Here's 11 reasons you may want to pump the brakes, metaphorically speaking.
Here's a new dad's survival guide for your wife - follow any and all of these tips, and you'll be the dad she brags about to other moms... who will then get pissed at their husbands... who will need the same guide. It's the circle of life.
You’re going to be a dad, and you’re going be going to that doctor’s office. A lot.
This is a guide to make sure you don't get dirty looks from your wife during ultrasound appointments. It's unfamiliar territory, and there's a lot going on. Use these expectant father tips to be a pro at the OB-GYN.
You've seen the toolkits in every parenting book. There is no "must-have" list - every baby is different, no matter what you've been told. This toolkit, though? I guarantee it will make a difference. This is the stuff that will save your sanity as you become a new dad. Get it, and look like an all star.
Parenting is a team effort. And that has to include bedtime — a great time for dads to jump in and make a huge difference, one rocking chair at a time.
Every December, new parents wrestle with what holiday traditions to keep going. Here’s the secret: Just because other families are doing it doesn’t mean you have to! And that starts with getting a photo with your baby and Santa.
Being a new parent can be incredibly frustrating. Incorporating mindfulness and a more intentional focus on calming things down makes a huge difference!! Get specific action steps and see how one dad even found time for his kids to practice mindfulness, too! (It’s even helped them go to sleep. Seriously.)
What would you, new parent, give to have a moment of solitude?
To feel like there aren’t a million things going on?
To feel like you aren’t worrying about what’s going to happen, and regretting all the parenting blunders you just made?
Let me tell you what’s worked well for me in the past month.
“It’ll get easier soon” is something new parents say a lot when you have a baby. And then you realize that you’re saying that every six months! As your babies hit the toddler stage, how are things going to change? Find out 12 baby developmental changes you are likely to experience, for better and for worse.