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Two fathers share the nitty-gritty.
According to a recent study, you might want to keep your partner away from the TV. Research indicates that media messages might interfere with dad-to-be's parenting.
Here's how to tell whether your guy may be suffering from something more serious than new-daddy blues and what to do about it.
Read the instruction manual. Just don''t assume it''s accurate.
Moms have a tendency to get overly cautious when it comes to their kids--and one dad had the perfect response to his wife's very detailed list of instructions.
A baby's groin may be the last thing parents think about, but here are a few common conditions you should know about.
A dad who has four daughters found out he's finally going to have a son at his gender reveal--and his reaction was one of the funniest we've seen.
New fathers often bow out when the baby is a girl. That''s a mistake for everyone.
If you live in the U.S., your partner is entitled to the same post-baby leave as you--but most guys aren't getting to take their due time. Here's how to make it happen, plus the surprising ways paternity leave benefits the whole family.
From hiking to hiring a babysitter, here are some fun and creative ways to celebrate Father's Day with a new dad. After all, your guy deserves it.
Guys like advice in easily digestible chunks. And who better to serve it up than other men who've been there?
A new email product on the market aims to help dads help moms with baby care--without being asked. Daddy Caddy's founder discusses why emails work.
Uncertain about your role as a birth partner? Follow these eight easy guidelines.
How can I afford a baby? And when can we have sex again? Expert answers to the questions new fathers ask most.
Think only the woman needs to worry about what she eats while trying to conceive? Think again. Dads need to exercise and eat well, too, if they want a healthy baby.
If your baby is comforted by traditional soothing techniques, he probably doesn't have colic.
When mom goes back to work and dad stays home with the baby, pitfalls can arise. Here's how to surmount them.
A manual for surviving pregnancy and fatherhood
Just because you are taking care of the kid doesn't mean you have to look like a girly-man. Your work as a Dad 2.0 is the most important you will ever do, so why not get gear that is as guy-friendly as it is useful?
From relief of performance anxiety to reviews of cool baby gear, a user's guide for the newest-model father-to-be.
5 tips for making Pops feel like part of the crew.
Dad blogger joins the ranks of Ashton Kutcher and Senator Brad Hoylman in fighting for a man's right to change diapers in public bathrooms. Here's why it matters...
"New moms strive for perfection. Dads tend to be confident, calm and blithely unaware of their shortcomings."
Becoming an involved father takes time. Here's how parents can work together.