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Dads Welcome?

By August 10, 2008 - 11:07am
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Are dad's welcome on this site? Just kidding. I like your concept and am looking forward to participating.

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Hi dads! (Todd??!!!)

I am so excited to have more men on this site, whether they are dads or not!

Since we are on the subject of dads, however, I would love to hear your parenting successes and failures (er, "opportunities"), as well as any hints or tricks you've picked up along the way. Or, as a future dad, what are your biggest fears, hopes, dreams and nightmares?! I love to hear what questions my husband has for the pediatrician, for instance, because some of the things he is concerned about had not crossed my mind..it's wonderful to have a different perspective!

August 10, 2008 - 8:20pm

Are you guys, sorry I mean girls, okay with future dads?



August 10, 2008 - 7:12pm
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Hi Todd,

Of course future Dads are welcome to visit the site too...now Todd, do you have something you want to share with the class?? ;)

August 10, 2008 - 7:46pm

Hi Tampa Dad!

I think it's great that you visited this site and that you posted, and I would say heartily "YES, you are welcome here!!" I hope more guys sign up and read up on health issues and help out the women in their lives! Welcome aboard!

August 10, 2008 - 12:02pm
Expert HERWriter

Dear Tampa Dad,

Thank you so much for visiting the site and for your post! Even though our site is devoted to women, if you have a daughter or a wife or a mother or a partner--any important woman in your life--and you're searching for help, this is where you should come. You are always welcome! Best in health, Michelle

August 10, 2008 - 11:45am
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