It’s been months since I wrote my last post for First Time Dad. Why? Well, when I started blogging I had delusions that I’d have loads of spare time on my hands to write interesting and exciting articles. Little did I know that I’d be constantly exhausted. Parenting is hard work, well, it is when your daughter is constantly on the go. She never stops and we have had no help from anyone when it comes to the baby. … More First Time Dad: 10 Month Update
I may have had better sleep, but I messed up the dream feed and struggled to settle the baby back to sleep. When I finally did get my head on the pillow and tagged Rambo in to look after Rambini, all I could smell was vomit and poo. I have some reminisce of where and when the excrement may be, but I was really too tired to care. … More The Reality Of Being First Time Dad
Obviously I am embarrassing at this point in your life regardless. But I have info for you. Real live info that I think will still be beneficial in the future. … More Open Letter To My Sons About Marriage
LapBaby allows you to sit in comfort with your baby, remaining with both hands free, while you carryout everyday seated activities such as eating and working on your laptop.
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Just after birth I remember thinking how amazing my wife was. I’ve always loved her, but the love I had for her in those few minutes after our daughter was born is hard to explain. I was so proud of her for doing so well and staying so strong throughout the pregnancy and for making such a perfect baby. If you read this Rambo, you’re an amazing person and I want you to know that I was proud of you then and am still proud of you now…you’re an amazing mother and wife.. … More The First Hour After Birth
some preggos could feel the same way and waste time worrying about whether they are going to poop when they have the baby! … More From the Mouths of Nurses: CHILDBIRTH 101
Whoever decided to chop a pregnancy into thirds was slightly short sighted in my opinion. Granted I understand the obvious logic around the three trimesters, but by association I guess it’s easy to fall into the trap of assuming a lot of the problems, difficulties and issues related to being pregnant will magically disappear as soon as the baby arrived. … More Have You Heard About The 4th Trimester?
Once upon a time, many many moons ago I used to coach a kids football team back in my home town. As a young man, working with children gave me a real insight in to parenting. The kids in the squad all had different personalities and attributes but I was always interested if there was a correlation … More I Want My Daughter To Grow Up To Be A Cage Fighter
Shortly after Rambini arrived it became apparent just how small our home really is. For two relatively minimalist people, Choco and I had prepared ourselves and kept space (or the lack of it) in mind when buying baby products. After all the house had been purchased in anticipation of children over the one bedroom flat we had occupied before. What we hadn’t really anticipated was just how much stuff a little person would need … More Don’t move… Improve!
STRETCHING FEELS SO GOOD WHEN YOU ARE PREGNANT! I always felt 100% better at the yoga studio than sitting on my couch. … More Pregnancy Yoga, DO IT.