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Being a New Dad

Congratulations! Your new baby has arrived, the cigars have been passed out and numerous pictures have been taken. Now what?

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Forming a Bond

Forming a Bond

Form a bond with your child early.

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Making Mistakes

Everyone makes mistakes, and new dads are no different. Accept that mistakes are going to happen.

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Diaper Changing

Most men have probably never changed a diaper before. Here are some quick tips for making it easier.

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Keep a Journal

Think about keeping a diary chronicling little things you want to remember about your newborn.

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