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Fatherhood Your stories

10 ways fatherhood has changed me for the better

DadblogUK writes from the heart. And wears his heart on his sleeve. We suspect we’re mixing our metaphors, but you get the gist. In this insightful post he shares how becoming a dad has made him the man he is today.

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Making the decision Your stories

Making the decision. One baby or two…?

DadblogUK shares an incredibly honest and thought-provoking post about deciding whether to have another child…

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Dad Love this, Uncategorized

Today’s the day to think of dad

Did you know that November 19 is International Men’s Day? I bet you didn’t. In fact I’ll bet you didn’t even know there was an International Men’s Day (This year’s theme, by the way, is keeping men and boys safe). It is, after all quite low profile compared to International Women’s Day.

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Tips for expectant dads Love this

Six must-read tips for all expectant dads

Congratulations, you’re going to be a dad. Your life is about to change forever and you’re probably on a steep learning curve. I’ve outlined below a few nuggets that I hope you’ll find useful. It’s not always going to be easy as a parent but it is incredibly rewarding. I wish you, your partner and your offspring the very best of luck!

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SAHD Your stories

Why I became a Stay at Home Dad (SAHD)

John Adams writes DadBlogUK and was inspired to start blogging after 18 months looking after his kids. In his post for our Kiddicare blog, John tells us why he gave up a successful career to become a Stay at Home Dad.


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Dad is not a second class citizen Your stories

Dad is not a second class citizen

It’s our pleasure to bring you this guest post from John Adams, author of John is married, has two young daughters and, in this blog post, outlines some of the barriers men face as parents.  Read more