We want to let you know what’s going on with us men as we become dads so that you can help your guy do his best as he becomes a father. When he’s confident and prepared, you’re happier, he’s happier and your baby gets a stronger family.
From Veteran Fathers
Nowhere else can dads-to-be find out what to do and what to expect when they’re becoming fathers. Here’s a sampling of advice veteran dads have for dads-to-be:
Help Her Bond With Her Baby
Don’t be surprised or disappointed if your mate does not mimic the stereotypical mother who falls in love with her baby at first sight. While moms tend to bond faster than dads, many experience difficulties developing a deep emotional attachment with their babies. In fact, women sometimesread more
More advice from dads:
You’re Not Just Having a Baby, You’re Forming a Family.
With your baby growing inside you and a whirlwind of support focused entirely on mom-to-be, dad-to-be is quickly left in the dust, along with the notion of “team”.
The incredible importance of raising a child, the values of two different people, and the demands of caring for an infant, brings conflict that pushes you apart. You will be in this together for decades, so start out working together. Nothing is more important for your child.
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- New moms seem to get their advice from everyone – friends, relatives, nurses, doctors, even strangers on the street who pass along their little tidbits of info. But for new dads, they’re left pretty high and dry.
- Men are way behind the curve when the baby comes. When moms get into parenting, they’ve already had a nine month relationship with the baby.
What We Bring Dads
In the world of babies, often overwhelmed by moms, we bring fathers-to-be the voice of other dads. We know the best way for them to start the adventure is to watch and listen to men who have already done it.
We give men the confidence to jump right in, and show them appreciation for how important they will be to their babies. We bring dads-to-be what they need for a great start.