There is an excitement about the start of a new year, with all of its promise and possibility. Traditionally, people celebrate this holiday by making New Year's resolutions and pledging to change for the better.
Is your husband lost when it comes to holding your new baby, changing diapers, or giving baths? Get some help from Boot Camp for New Dads—an innovative program designed to help guys prepare for first-time fatherhood.
On the surface, fatherhood seems like such a natural event. But once a pregnancy has begun, certain uncomfortable realizations start dawning on men. Here's an all-too-realistic look at the trade-offs of fatherhood for new and expectant dads.
Congratulations—you’re a dad! New fathers, especially first-timers, may not yet feel sure in the role of Dad. To help you adjust to your new job—one of the most important of your life—celebrate fatherhood by finding your own ways to bond with Baby.
Long gone are the days when when it was typical for a man to come home from work, loosen his tie, slip off his shoes, and kick back in the recliner with his newspaper while he waited for his dinner to be served by his cheery, happy wife.
New fathers are often a nervous lot, and when it comes to dealing with daughters, anxieties tend to run even higher. Quell those new-father fears and learn how to be the best possible dad for your daughter.
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