When my baby and I enter Alice’s studio, it became clear that I too want to be photographed in pregnancy. I needed evidence that my baby was not a single mom. Is this too much to ask? — “Do you mind moving your big head out of the frame?” Alice the photographer rebukes me for […]
These five questions and answers should get most gay men started on their journey to fatherhood. At times, surrogacy with egg donation can seem to have too many obstacles, to be too complicated, or to require too much work, but the rewards of a successful surrogacy are immeasurable!
Diane and Fernando announce their pregnancy and excitement for growing their family.
Pregnancy can be hard on a couple. It’s stressful for the mother because her body is changing drastically and the father can sometimes feel inadequate. But Dads, there are a few perks.
Infertility issues can be devastating. Know what to do as the man makes all the difference. 6 Steps to Making a Baby.
A new mother writes a heartfelt Thank You letter to her loving husband.
Is the man saying “My body has a child in it?” I think not.
Planning to have a child? Well now you need to take into consideration the father’s health and lifestyle, too.
Quentin Hafner has some advice for couples on the tough transition to parenthood.
If we want fathers to be active participants in the lives of their children, we need to include them in the conversations leading up to that child’s birth.
A pregnant mom worries about her partner’s first time in the birthing room and turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice on how to prepare him for the truth about childbirth. — Dear Dad, I recently discovered your column and love your advice! I hope you can help me! I am 8 months pregnant and […]
Garrett Imeson was somewhat cynical about people’s claims to “life changing” moments, until he had one himself. This is it.
Tanel was thrilled to become a brand new dad. And he took notes about what worked and what didn’t during the pregnancy. He shares the wisdom from his experience.
Diplomacy, it seems, is practiced by moms and dads. But what happens when you’re the one who has to be the diplomat?
Matt and Cheri Appling have held on through five years and countless treatments. Here’s how they’ve done it.