Right from the start, it's every parent's wish to have a great environment for their little bundle of joy. While decorating the nursery has traditionally been the new mom’s role, dads are getting more involved because they now are spending a lot of time in this space too. Mom might want some specific things, but that doesn’t mean that dad doesn’t have opinions or specific wants … [Read more...] about Helpful tips for organizing and decorating your newborn’s nursery
There's a horrible dark side to having a baby. It's supposed to be a wonderful experience of joy and love, but for far too many men it marks the end of their loving relationship with their wives. New moms are appropriately wired to become obsessed with their babies, but if we just stand back in our experience of being replaced, things can become miserable. Fortunately, there … [Read more...] about Wife Love your Baby More Than You?
You've survived 9 months of pregnancy. You've made it through the excitement of labor and delivery, and now you're ready to head home and begin life with your baby. Once home, though, you frantically realize you have no idea what you're doing! These tips can help even the most nervous first-time parents feel confident about caring for a newborn in no time. Getting Help After … [Read more...] about Dad’s Guide to Infant Care
Children between 1 and 2 years are still developing eating skills. Food may end up on the floor or on your child instead of in his mouth. Be patient and let your child learn how to use a spoon to feed himself. Avoid giving your child a fork or knife until he is able to use it without hurting himself. Give your child whole milk until he is 2 years old. His body needs the … [Read more...] about guidelines for feeding my child who is 1 to 6 years old
It was November. Although it was not yet late, the sky was dark when I turned into Laundress Passage. Father had finished for the day, switched off the shop lights and closed the shutters; but so I would not come home to darkness he had left on the light over the stairs to the flat. Through the glass in the door it cast a foolscap rectangle of paleness onto the wet pavement, … [Read more...] about My dad is great