Holiday Cheer

Pregnant mothers should not drink alcohol as a part of this year’s holiday cheer. The American Academy of Pediatrics states that there is no known safe amount of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. For that reason, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends...

The Breastfeeding Father

Many think of breastfeeding as a process that mother and baby need to be left alone to perform. Not true. While women have the mammary glands to make milk and feed their babies, they can’t do it alone. An established support system plays a key role in the start and...

Dads – Getting to know your newborn

The days and weeks that follow the birth of your new baby are a busy time. As a father, you will likely continue to be the support person for your partner as well as communication central for family and friends. You will be juggling many roles and responsibilities....

Adoption – A Dad is a Dad

A Dad is a Dad. A good father is a good father and a poor one, a poor one, whether he is a biological father or an adoptive one. Where am I headed with this thought? Both of my children are adopted. As my wife and I struggled with infertility for over seven years, I...