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Pregnancy is a very intimate thing between mother and the child in her womb, which may make the dad feel a little left out from those bonding moments. Instead of wondering what to do, follow these 6 quick tips to get more involved in the pregnancy as well as building the mother-father relationship with the bun in the oven.
Make time to join her on doctor checkups. Two visits in particular are especially worthwhile: the first appointment, and the prenatal ultrasound exam. Being by her side will help reinforce your support and participation in the pregnancy, and also help you understand what’s going on.
Decorate the nursery together. Get involved in picking the wallpaper and curtains, crib, and sheets with Mom-to-Be! You can also create your registry with her and suggest different products that you think will help you both when the baby comes.
Take a couples massage together. You can learn tools on how to touch and caress her body in ways that help her feel positive about all of the changes happening to it.
Make a pregnancy scrapbook for your future little one! Take photos of your travels, daily doings, and fun memories prior to the baby’s arrival and save them in a scrapbook. Share this with your little boy or girl on a milestone birthday.
Record your voice reading a story, singing, or having a conversation with mom with VoiceShare and play it directly to the womb with Bellybuds. This is especially helpful if you’ll be away from home for longer stretches of time.
Create an email account just for the future little one. Write him/her quick messages, send photos, and share stories throughout the pregnancy and into their childhood. Gift this email account for a life milestone (first job, moving away for college, first date, etc.) so your child knows how much they’re loved and cherished.
What are some tips and projects you recommend for future dads? Let us know in the comments section!