The idea is the brainchild of a British father-of-two who claims conventional prenatal classes left him scratching his head.
Dean Beaumont claims his DaddyNatal sessions add a humorous spin to pregnancy and childbirth, and better prepare future fathers for the challenges ahead of them!
Baby Callum has started talking!
I know, two-and-a half months is pretty early, but it all kicked off one day last week and now we can’t shut the little chap up! From the crisis in Libya to Obama’s health-care bill and the New York Knicks’ play-off hopes — he’s got an opinion on it all and will share it with anyone who’ll lend him an ear.
Prepare to be grossed out by the most disgusting baby story you’ll ever read!
It’s been just a few short weeks since Jill and I brought baby Callum home from the hospital, and this HollyDad has already been pooped on, peed on, puked on – and temporarily deafened by nightly tantrums and screaming fits. So I thought I’d faced the worst a baby boy can throw at his bewildered parent. How wrong I was.
My baby son Callum came into the world kicking, screaming and bright pink at 1.29 pm on December 8th, 2010. And changed my life forever, writes Ian.
It seems every birth story is tinged with drama, panic and lots of pain. And ours is no different. As HollyBaby.com‘s resident HollyDad, I’m here to share with you all the joys and wonder of a first-time father’s adventure into parenting. I hope you enjoy the ride!