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Weekly Round Table - DadLabs Guide to Fatherhood

Posted May 15 2009 10:16pm

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I hope you all have had a great week and I hope you have an even better weekend. It’s Friday and that means it’s time for my weekly round table post to bring you the best of what’s happening around the web.

DadLabs Guide to Fatherhood: Pregnancy and Year One

The dads over at DadLabs.com are at it again. They have given birth to a brand new book called DadLabs Guide to Fatherhood: Pregnancy and Year One and I’m excited to say that I got a copy from Daddy Clay and I plan on writing up a review over at TheFatherLife.com. Look for the review soon!

Check out the video to get a sneak peak of the awesome, down-to-earth content that these guys have put together for expecting and new dads.

Your Weekly Links :

  1. Are you looking to tie the knot? You might want to check out these 10 topics to discuss with your future spouse. Some of them may seem trivial if you’re drunk on love, but they just might save you some heartache down the road…especially the questions about sex.
  2. In Kenya, a man sued his wife over a sex boycott because she was protesting the “growing divide in the nation’s coalition government “. He’s not alone - it looks like many Kenyan women are banning sex for political reform.
  3. Mocha Dad posted an interesting article about the differences in marriage between the white and black community. It doesn’t matter what you’re skin color, having an active father is important to all children.
  4. Blogger Dad has started a weekly column over at Dad-o-Matic called “Ask Blogger Dad”. You should check out his not-so-great advice to men and women.
  5. Glad To Dad asks Do You Speak to Your Child in Their Love Language? He presents some good points on how to connect with your children.
  6. Since kids and babies will literally put anything in their mouth, NooDad shares some everyday poisons that we should always watch out for.
  7. Is your daughter growing up too fast? I know our 3 year old is and this article from KidGlue sheds some light on how to you can communicate with your children and help keep their little eyes and minds safe.
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