dads - Pregnancy



Dad’s survival guide: trimester 3 continued

Talk to your baby.It’s never too early to start bonding with your baby and you can go one step further and either read or play your favourite music for him or her. Remember, be wary of those days your partner does not want her bump touched. Keep cleaning. Since trimester 1 we’ve told you to […]

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Dad’s survival guide: trimester 2

Congratulations! You’ve either made it to trimester 2 or you’re on the ball and getting prepared for it already, which is great. The second trimester is a whole other story from trimester 1. Your partner will probably have a bit more energy, more libido and a larger appetite. However, we hate to break it to […]

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Dad’s survival guide: trimester 1 continued

Help out around the house. We don’t doubt you already do your fair share of housework, but it’s a good idea to pick up a few of her’s as well, especially those she won’t be able to do as her pregnancy progresses. Even if you think she spends all day resting she’s going to have […]

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Dads’ Survival Guide: Trimester 1

Alright gentlemen, it’s the first trimester and we’re going to be honest with you, your partner’s hormones are already running wild and her pregnancy symptoms are probably already in full swing. On top of all of that there is a lot to organise and you don’t really have time to procrastinate. Don’t worry though, you […]

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Finding out you’re going to be a dad

Congratulations! You just found out you’re going to be a dad and we know you’re probably experiencing every emotion under the sun all at once: excited, nervous, concerned, worried, ecstatic, terrified and maybe even surprised. Well, you’re not alone, just about every expectant father takes a ride on this emotional rollercoaster when he finds out […]

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Dads’ survival guide for labour

So you’re probably freaking out about what you should be doing during the birth of your baby. Mum’s job seems pretty straightforward – to get that baby of yours out into the world. Now is probably a good time to remind you that labour and birth is no walk in the park, so don’t ever […]

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