https://parenting.nytimes.com/health/fatherhood-mens-bodies As an anthropologist who studies human fatherhood at the University of Oxford, I’ve run up against a widespread and deeply ingrained belief among fathers: that because their bodies haven’t undergone the myriad biological changes associated with pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding, they’re not as biologically and psychologically “primed” for caretaking as women are. As aContinue reading “How Men’s Bodies Change When they Become Fathers”
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8 Self-Care Tips for New Parents
http://mommysbliss.com/8-self-care-tips-new-parents/ Imagine sitting up in your bed nursing your babe at 3 am. Quietly looking out the window, while your partner sleeps blissfully next to you. Your baby coos and finally drifts off to sleep. You gently place your sweet little baby in the bassinet next to the bed, simultaneously saying a prayer for aContinue reading “8 Self-Care Tips for New Parents”
New Dad’s Advice: Just Hire a Damn Doula!
http://goodmenproject.com/families/new-dads-advice-just-hire-a-damn-doula-jrmk/ So, your partner is expecting a baby. That’s amazing. You’re surely getting unsolicited advice from all angles. Well, here’s another piece for the pile: Hire a damn doula. When my pregnant wife first proposed hiring a doula, I issued my standard response when asked about paying someone to perform a service: Nope, I canContinue reading “New Dad’s Advice: Just Hire a Damn Doula!”
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