While breastfeeding is only something a mother can do, there are plenty of ways for dads to get involved to help make the process a little easier.
Get practical advice on navigating the ups and downs of fatherhood and get a sneak peek into the lives of celebrity and real-life dads.
In part 2 of their feature on Postpartum Depression, Catherine Birndorf MD and Alexandra Sacks MD, co-authors of the new book, Mother Mind: The Emotional Guide to Pregnancy and Postpartum, discuss ways to treat PPD.
For artist Daniel Arsham, being a father has only fueled his creativity. And that’s a good thing, considering the sculptor, painter and visual artist is busy working on collaborations with the likes of Usher and Pharrell Williams.
Even if you don’t know Donald Robertson by name, chances are, you own a beauty product he helped to make. Or maybe you know of his whimsical illustrations, under his pen name, Drawbertson – adored by the likes of Beyoncé and Pharrell Williams, no less.
In the lead up to Father’s Day, let’s talk about dads. The lines that once defined a father’s role have become blurred. The Tot takes a look at what it means to be a modern dad.
Bonding time with dad is an important factor in a child’s development. It’s the everyday interactions that have the biggest impact. Here are some simple ways to get dad involved from the beginning.