If you are a new dad – do you feel left out at all? This is common since the mom-baby bond often forms first.
We have created a poll to collect views from dads around the world. To what extent do you all feel left out? Vote in the poll to find out! And let us know if the results surprised you or not by leaving a comment below.
Sometimes New Dad feels left out since the baby and mom bond forms faster through breastfeeding and time spent with the baby. How about you? Vote in this poll!
It is not only Moms that may find life with a new baby overwhelming.
Dad’s life changes a lot, too!
Many dads feel a bit left out in the beginning, especially if the baby is breastfed (which, of course, it is great for the baby, but it sure ties mom up and limits dad’s possibilities to help out a little bit.)
If the new dad feels left out, it is not very strange! How do you feel, Dad? Or if you are a MOM reading this, consider your partner’s and then vote here! It is an important discussion to have.
Poll on if New Dad Feels Left Out or Not
Vote in our dad’s poll! Are you a new dad? Let the moms and other dads know how your situation is. And new moms, vote after asking your partner! (Or, of course, if you already know how he feels!)
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I’d love to hear your thought about this! If the new dad feels left out, why? Or you don’t share that too! As new parents, we can all help each other! :-)
Paula Dennholt founded Easy Baby Life in 2006 and has been a passionate parenting and pregnancy writer since then. Her parenting approach and writing is based on studies in cognitive-behavioral models and therapy for children and her experience as a mother and stepmother. Life as a parent has convinced her of how crucial it is to put relationships before rules. She strongly believes in positive parenting and a science-based approach.
Paula cooperates with a team of pediatricians that you find here. They write or review all health-related articles.