Original post can be found here from WSJ. Companies that are allowing men to take paternity leave are experiencing an interesting paradox — they are struggling to get new fathers to take it. A recent study found that 1 in 3 men would be hesitant to take paternity leave in fear that it would jeopardize […]
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Fatherhood prep: Begin fostering important attributes now!
The National Center for Fathering (NCF) offers a list of attributes that are helpful for fathers to thrive. Begin fostering these skills during pregnancy alongside the growth occurring for your partner and the baby. Skills such as: kindness, patience, awareness, attention to detail, being able to see what needs to be done, humor, delight, and clarity are […]
Dads share what they wish they would’ve known
Nearly 2-dozen men reflect on their experience as a dad with BabyCentre.com, and discuss things they wish they would have known ahead of time about becoming a dad. The following is a list of questions that they wish they would have known the answer to ahead of time: What’s the best way to help during […]
Important How-to’s for Fathers
Fatherhood can be challenging for first time fathers. However, there is great information out there to help you develop your daddio skills. The following is a list of skills from parents.com that other fathers have discussed with them as being important to raising a child. How much your child should drink in the first weeks. […]