It's getting down to the wire, and you and your partner are finishing all of those final preparations for childbirth. Mom has her hospital bags packed and waiting by the door. But how ready are you, dad-to-be?
Your loved one's new pregnancy is just the first step in one of life's biggest adventures for you as a couple. While the mom-to-be's hormones may be all over the map, a dad has his share of emotions too.
True, a dad can't feel his baby growing inside him, but that doesn't mean you can't get your bond on Dad (and we don't mean in the 007 kind of way). Here are 10 easy tips to ensure that Dad and Baby...
I'm at a loss as to how pictures of shirtless men is going to inspire companies to make it easier for nursing mothers to pump at work, or even start offering real maternity leaves instead of the legally mandated FMLA. None of this is going to help nursing women have access to better healthcare and better resources like lactation consultants and support groups.
In days past, fathers never set foot into delivery rooms. But now, nearly ever dad-to-be takes part in their child's birth. What about dads who just don't know if they want to, or can handle, being present for their child's birth?
Father-son relationships have come a long way in recent years. Dads, how can you ensure that you and your son have a successful, happy, and loving relationship? Learn important tips that will enrich the relationship between father and son.
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