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    I'm not sure, I was not around.
    I would guess pretty hands on though

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    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?
    DH said most of the info was about the birth process and how to support your partner. His session was run by a Doula. Very much about how the bloke needs to step up and take his role as family protector, which my DH thought was pretty cool. I think it would be worthwhile if he's interested.

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