Top 10 things a dad-to-be should knowShe's pregnant, and you're expecting her to be all shiny locks, larger boobs and glowing complexion. Huh! More like body hair, leaking breasts and stretch marks. Here are 10 things you never knew you wanted to know about pregnancy.
Is your bump too small?When you're pregnant, your baby's size will be checked regularly to make sure there is a steady growth rate. Being told your baby is 'small for dates' can be very upsetting, but there's usually no need to be alarmed
Best sex positions when you're pregnantWhen you're pregnant, you have to go without some things: soft cheese is one and drinking a gin and tonic is another. But one thing you don't have to give up is sex!
Drinking milk while pregnant could make your child smarterIt might sound like just another crazy craving, but eating strawberries and seaweed can also help your little one become champion of the spelling bee. It’s because milk, strawberries and seaweed all contain iodine - essential for producing hormones made by the thyroid, which plays a key role in the physical and mental development of babies in the womb.
Real life: I had a heart attack during childbirthYou think your birth was dramatic? Marina Louise Collins suffered a heart attack during childbirth and was clinically dead for 23 minutes before being revived. She then had to wait five days to meet her baby boy. Read her amazing story here…
14 things to do before you give birthYour life's about to change – big time. Make the most of your last pre-baby moments and indulge in some sex, shopping and serious pampering.
Gunfights and sword play are natural for boysJason Blake, a stay-at-home dad, is bringing up two boys, Bill and Thom, with his partner. Here he questions the impact violent game-playing may be having on his kids.
Children of older dads are no worse off at schoolWhile a mother's age to have children is in hot debate, a recent study shows that children born to older fathers are better or at least no worse off in regards to their academic performance.
Men's testosterone drops after child's birthFatherhood lowers a man's testosterone levels a new US study has found, which provides evidence that men are "biologically wired" to care for their children.
One in 10 dads get the baby bluesPost-natal depression doesn't just affect women, with a growing body of research suggesting new dads can be just as susceptible to the condition.
Daddy powerStand up and be counted, dads - you're as important to your bub as his mum is. Here's why your baby needs you.
Top six fatherhood fears sorted! part oneLike many dads-to-be, Damon Syson was alarmed at the prospect of a new baby. Here, he shares his worries and reveals how he learnt to embrace the joy of fatherhood.
Top six fatherhood fears sorted! part twoLike many dads-to-be, Damon Syson was alarmed at the prospect of a new baby. Here, he shares his worries and reveals how he learnt to embrace the joy of fatherhood.
No more mad DadDan Roberts explains how dads can keep their tempers in check to restore sweetness to family life.
Pregnancy involvement damages dads' confidenceUK researcher says dads should stay out of the delivery room and leave pregnancy to their partners.
Baby blues: Is your man at risk?Postnatal depression doesn't affect just women. A growing body of evidence suggests new dads are also in danger.
Sex during pregnancy: A dads-to-be guideJust because she's expecting doesn't mean you've entered a sexual no-go area.
Three's not a crowdIt's sometimes easy for dads-to-be to feel left out. Here's how you can keep him involved...
What every man should know about being a new dadBefore his daughter Kate was born, Will Dalrymple couldn't imagine what it would be like to be a dad. Here's what he's learnt... so far.
Valentine gift ideas for mums and mums-to-beYes, Valentine's Day can seen as a super-cheesy "Hallmark" holiday, but we're romantics at heart and like the idea of being able to shower our loved ones with treats - and of course, we're not averse to being spoiled ourselves.
Daddy day outIt can sometimes be hard for dads to feel really involved in their baby's life, but as your child grows it's easier for them to play a bigger role as a daddy.
What kind of dad are you?Find out how you rate as a father with this quick quiz!
Dads more than down in the dumpsOne in 20 dads will suffer from the male form of PND, so why do we know so little about it?
Man + woman + little person = New-dad facts of lifeIt's not just you who's going through some changes - the arrival of your baby will reveal a whole new man...
Men gain pregnancy weight, tooIt's normal for women to put on weight in pregnancy - now it's been revealed that their partners usually get some added girth during those nine months too.
Jack Black: one big softieHe may be known for his wacky, funny guy persona, but underneath it all, actor Jack Black is just a big old teddy bear.