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  1. Ashley says:

    My husband is great! Our 1 year old twins still get up about once or twice a night and our one month old wakes up for changing and feeding anywhere from once to four times a night and unless my husband is sick he wakes up and takes care of all of them. He helps change diapers, make bottles, handle feedings, bathing and everything in between. We are a team and a darn good one at that! When he is at work, i take care of our six children by myself, and I handle the homeschooling unless I ask for help. They are our children so we take care of them. I can understand how some fathers especially new fathers shy away from this as they are afraid or uncertain but many mothers feel the same and yet step up and do what needs to be done.

    • lakisha says:

      Ashley I understand completely with the tag team method. Me and my husband do the same thing. I take care of the homeschooling as well we have three girls and one boy. The ages are 9,8,4 and 2. Two of them are homeschooled and the others are here with us as well and my husband helps a great deal with everything involving our kids and it’s very well appreciated.

  2. Kelsey says:

    This is just a general question I hve for all the moms,
    I know every husband/boyfriend is different but how
    Are your husbands about helping out with the new baby?

    • lakisha says:

      My husband was there for each one of our babies. He helped a lot with changing diapers, feeding the bottles and getting up with me in the middle of the night.

    • melissa says:

      To be honest, he doesn’t do diaper changing. I have four children and he has never changed a diaper until they were at least a year old. My first three were bottle fed and he would feed them from time to time to get the bonding experience. All of them even my new born now he will hold and love on them but at the max an hour a day. Not that he doesn’t want to hold his child more but he has a fear of hurting them because they are so small and i have seen this with a lot of men.


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