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    Default For dads - info session "Beer & Bubs"

    I've just heard of this cool sounding info session for dads to be!!! I've bought a ticket for my hubby but thought I'd share as maybe not many others had heard about it:

    The company hosts an info night over beer and dinner at a pub, and dads learn about birth and life with a new born. Most capital city hosts these events.

    I'm keen for my hubby to go to a dads-only event seeing as so much of pregnancy is all about the woman (obviously)

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    Yep, there's one in Brisbane called Mr Dad. I plan on sending DH in the new year!

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    DH went before DD was born, he really got a lot out of it. He got a book at the session too called "Cheers to childbirth".
    One of the main things he got out of it was best not to get drunk in the weeks before the due date in case you have to drive your wife to the hospital!

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    Not that my hubby is a big drinker but I never thought about that!! Good advice

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    My Fiancé went to one of these sessions before DD was born, he said it was good, but it wasn't quite what he was expecting - but who knows what he was expecting 😂

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    When we get pregnant I've told my hubby that it would be good to go to and my step father actually wants to go with him (as he never had kids of his own). I think it's a great idea

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    @taylormacpat that sounds great! And how sweet of your stepdad for wanting to go as well!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogis Mumma View Post
    @taylormacpat that sounds great! And how sweet of your stepdad for wanting to go as well!!!
    Yeh I know! Just got to get pregnant now haha

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    It sounds good.

    Do you think it's worth going for someone that is already a dad but hasn't had a newborn for 15 years and probably a fair bit has changed?

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    Default For dads - info session "Beer & Bubs"

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinklise View Post
    It sounds good.

    Do you think it's worth going for someone that is already a dad but hasn't had a newborn for 15 years and probably a fair bit has changed?
    I think a lot of it is trying to educate the men on how they can support us and what to expect etc. How hands on was he with his newborn/partner 15 years ago? That might help u decide?

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