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  • 5 Ways Dads Can Also Help Moms Breastfeed In Public

    5 Ways Dads Can Also Help Moms Breastfeed In Public

    Breastfeeding, contrary to popular belief, is not a one-parent job. I know I speak for every mother when I say that I wish even dads can share the responsibility of nursing a child. But believe it or not, you can (and should) have your husband get involved. Here’s how your partner can help out, especially when you’re breastfeeding in public. Go ahead and hand him your phone or tablet! 1. Affirm her. What many don’t know is that breastfeeding also involves being in a good, […]

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  • 8 Quick Guides For Dads In The Labor And Delivery Room

    8 Quick Guides For Dads In The Labor And Delivery Room

    Here are some practical tips for new dads while in the labor and delivery room: 1. Be calmer than your wife. In order to become a good and comforting coach for your wife, you should ditch the banners and the cheering. Instead, you have to be very calm. Besides, you’ll probably feel like panicking a bit instead of cheering, so simply keep your voice down and tone natural. This will help make your wife feel calmer, too. 2. Apply what […]

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  • Guide For Dads: What NOT To Do In The Delivery Room

    Guide For Dads: What NOT To Do In The Delivery Room

    If you’re reading this and you’re about to become a father, it shows that you’re concerned about your partner. And you should be! Labor and the following child birth is hard work, both physically and mentally. Therefore, your partner will need a lot of encouragement, love and support from you. It’s also equally important that you don’t mess up while you’re there for your partner because while you’re probably the one person that can make her feel most comfortable, you’re […]

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  • 5 Ways To Encourage Father And Child Bonding

    5 Ways To Encourage Father And Child Bonding

    Not every household has the ideal mother-father-kid scenario. In some cases, the mother is the primary caregiver while the father spends most of his time at work, be it in the office or at home. The problem arises when you realize that your child isn’t getting enough father-kid time as he or she should. Think of it your family as a triangle, where two equal sides are responsible with keeping the third side balanced. While most kids get by fine, […]

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