Because dads don't always think like moms.
Dietary tips for getting pregnant
Can you eat your way to pregnancy? In 2007, publication of landmark findings from the Nurses' Health Study in association with the Harvard School of Public Health revealed strong statistical support for certain links between diet and fertility, after collecting data for eight years from over 18,000 women. Avoid "trans fats," which are unsaturat ...read more
3 tips for making the most of co-sleeping
Bringing a new addition into the home can often mean adjusting to changes, especially since your baby will become the focus of all attention.Dads who choose to practice co-sleeping, which entails having your little one sleep in bed beside you during his or her formative years, are in for a wonderful experience that elevates the quality of ...read more
Thinking about a second baby? 3 important considerations
If your first child is growing up more quickly than you expected, you and your significant other may already be thinking about having a second baby. Just as it was with your first little one, expanding your family is a serious life decision that requires careful consideration. Here are a few factors to keep in mind before deciding to get pregnant a ...read more
Fun ways to incorporate memory-enhancing foods in your kids’ lunches
Dealing with a child who is a picky eater can be a nightmare - much less handling an entire household of them. However, it's your paternal duty to make sure your children are getting the nutrition their growing bodies and minds need. With the first day of school right around the corner, here are a few tips on incorporating memory-enhancing food ...read more
Jealous of your daughter’s boyfriend? How to cope
While parents love all of their children, a special connection exists between fathers and daughters. The idea of "Daddy's Princess" - although stereotypical - speaks to the paternal instinct of dads to dote on, nurture and protect their little girls. However, this relationship can become strained when daughters grow up and fall in lov ...read more
Three things to watch out for during pregnancy (even if you’re not the one with the womb)
Throughout her nine months of pregnancy, your wife's body and mind will undergo a significant amount of stress, transformation and discomfort. Morning sickness, mood swings, odd food cravings and bouts of depression are all common symptoms of what some women consider the most trying (albeit rewarding) experience one can undergo. Sure, you're not ...read more
Are you scared of having more children?
When it comes to family planning, the question many fathers face is not if they want more children, but when will they be ready for the responsibilities of having multiple children to care for. While it's no surprise that having children changes a person's life, many people fail to consider just how much their personal and professional live ...read more
Three unusual things husbands should expect from pregnant wives
With your first baby on the way, you and your wife will be entering previously uncharted territory in your marriage - pre-parenthood. As a soon-to-be father, you've gotten a decidedly easier deal than your pregnant wife. With hormonal swings, physical changes, weird cravings and the pains of childbirth, your wife will need all the support she c ...read more
Accommodating your wife during pregnancy
While you've always considered yourself a team, enduring nine months of pregnancy is the ultimate commitment test for any couple. As a soon-to-be father, your major responsibility during this time period is supporting your wife in every way you can. She'll be going through one of the most confusing, anxiety-producing and physically challeng ...read more
Laptop making you infertile?
Add it to the list: no more laptop on your knees if you're trying to have a baby. A new study, published in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility by researchers from Argentina and the U.S., found that semen samples placed a little more than an inch under a Wi-Fi-connected laptop experienced more DNA damage and mobility issues than regular ...read more