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Feeling nervous about becoming a father? Read this guide to find out everything you need to know about the birth & the baby

How to prepare for becoming a father

The amazing thing about becoming a father is that you will never again be your own first priority.

Having children changes you in profound and unexpected ways. Yes, it’s a daunting task to take on, but well worth it.

A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten and the future worth living for.

You’ll hold their little hands for a while, but you’ll carry them in your heart for the rest of your life.

Find out what you need to know about preparing for both the birth and the new baby in this article.

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How to prepare for birth as a new father-to-be

How to prepare for birth as a new father-to-be

If you’re feeling scared or nervous about becoming a father, remember this: fathering is not something perfect men do, but something that perfects the man.

As the father you are an essential part of the birth of your child, but men can easily end up feeling like spare parts when their own children are being born.

Labouring women aren’t the only ones who go through a deep transformation. You are also going through powerful inner changes in preparation for the littles feet to make the biggest footprints in your heart.

This article has everything new fathers wished they had known before the kids were born.

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Wondering how you’re going to take care of a whole other person, guide them through life and not mess them up too badly? Ace being a father with these dad hacks

Dad hacks for beginners

Your kids will smile because you’re their father. They will laugh because there is nothing you can do about it.

Welcome to the dad club! Get ready for your new top 10 favourite things to say:

1) When I was your age…
2) Were you raised in a barn?
3) Money doesn’t grow on trees
4) Don’t make me stop this car!
5) It builds character
6) You’re grounded till you’re thirty
7) Go ask your mother
8) Look at me when I’m talking to you
9) You don’t know what hard work is
10) Because I said so

In the end, your kids will thank you for being slightly less embarrassing than all the other dads. Good luck!

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