Founding Father: 7 Things My Husband Learned in 9 Months of Being a New Dad

Photo by: Carmen Ordonez
1. Paternity Leave Was One of the Best Decisions I Ever Made
I was very fortunate to have been able to take a 3-week paternity leave. It was a great decision, not only for our... more 
Photo by: Carmen Ordonez
1. Paternity Leave Was One of the Best Decisions I Ever Made
I was very fortunate to have been able to take a 3-week paternity leave. It was a great decision, not only for our son, but also for my wife. You go through a lot of adjustments in those first few weeks (sleep schedules, new routines, etc.). I am happy I was able to be there for my wife and go through it together.

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Fri, Dec 6, 2013 3:02 PM EST
There's almost always a pretty steep learning curve for new parents. A few months back, I did a post on "8 Things I Had Learned in 8 Weeks of Being a New Mom." Now that our son has turned 9 months old, I thought it would be fun to get my husband's thoughts on some of the things he has learned and share it with you - naturally! It's always interesting to get a man's perspective. Here are 9 things my husband has learned in 7 months of being a new dad.
-By Carmen Ordonez

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