Tectonic Plate Shift? New Dads Are Sharing Baby Care Duties

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When there is a new baby in the house, Mom learns the ropes quickly but Dad can struggle to keep up with the constantly changing needs of a baby. Two new parenting apps from John Duke Design help Dad win the day, In Dad's Care: Birth to 6 months and In Dad's Care: 6 to 12 months provide the core information Dad needs but are designed to allow Mom's knowledge to be added into the apps.

A survival guide for new dads left holding the baby.

When a new baby arrives it's a big learning curve for both parents and normally Mom will get the hang of it first - but where does that leave Dad?

There's a major shift in the world of parenting new babies - Dads are pitching in and helping like never before - not always because they want to, but with Moms working more often, there is often no choice. But (mostly) Mom still sets the rules and how does Dad know what the rules are? Two new Apps help.

These Apps are set up to provide fast access to the core baby care information - but importantly also provide the facility for Mom to add notes. Every home does baby care differently and it's important that Dad does what Mom wants! Moms notes can be entered at just about any point in the Apps, or at the front for quick reference.

In addition the Apps have sections on: survival (for Dad) - the first few months living with a new baby can be very stressful and most Dads find this time a challenge; First Aid - basic information; and a Grandparent updater - things have changed since they were parents.

In Dad's Care - dedicated to assisting new Dads survive and enjoy their baby.

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