For men, there’s a lot of macho tied up in being able to get a woman pregnant.
To commemorate one year of the Father Time column, let’s roll the tape and look back at some highlights.B.C. and A.D.A doctor once explained to me: “There are two distinct phases of time in a parenting couple’s life,” she said. “B.C. and A.D.”“What does that mean?” I had asked her, my only reference point being…
14 months after losing our girls, we have experienced both joy and sadness, and incredible love from so many.
Watch these little ones rouse their fathers in the most adorable ways.
There will be a lot of questions that will need answers. Here are some things to consider.
Father crawls into crib to soothe his daughter.
For new fathers, there are times an enthusiasm gap emerges: it is between other’s expectations of your excitement level, and the one you actually feel.
A father-to-be worries if he will be able to bond with an adopted baby.
What kind of culture have we demanded for our women and mothers when it comes to feeding babies?
Once-dreaded baby supply shopping now a bundle of joy.
This past week, my wife was ready. On Tuesday night, after dinner, she said it was time to move the crib into the baby’s room. The crib, you see, had been in our room since our second son was born in May 2015. For over a year, his room has doubled as the guest quarters…
I was fully prepared for my wife to fall apart
I think I’m in the wrong business!
Imitation is a key part of the way humans learn.
I know I have mood swings. I know my husband sees the anger, the depression, the frustration and defeat without my confirmation, and I know our infertility journey creates more worry in him about me than about actually procreating.This, I believe, is the largest contrast between the way women and men deal with infertility. Women…
A month in, and this dad shares some great “aha” moments!