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Name: faith mumbai
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It's nice that mothers and fathers are joining in together. It's when the sharing occurs so early and continues through their growing years, that both feel responsible and accountable enough. Or else the dads get a disconnect from their kids lives. Believe me, I know, I have two teens....
Name: DILIP KUMAR KOLE
Country: India
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ITS REALLY GOOD EXAMPLE OF PARENTING. IFOLLOW THE SAME WITH MY NINE MONTHS BABY
Name: gopi mehta
Country: India
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I have two year old child.really when i see my hubby taking care of my child playing with him and just be a kid like him when he is with my child , it is the world best khusi which i can ever have.
Name: neelima
Country: India
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.we have a seven month old angel(bitiya).m really blessed to have her.hubby's sometimes do really unpredictable tasks.m really touched with geeta`s story my husband is same as geeta`s husband in the story
Name: velsy
Country: India
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really loved the article..even i appreciate geeta for sharing her experience...we have a five month old baby..she is everything for us..Iam also belssed with a caring hubby and a hubbys grandma...being a working woman, managing everything was really difficult..but with their help n cooperation everything seems to be easy..
Name: roselyn
Country: Singapore
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Thanks a lot geetha for this lovely article. It has educated me thoroughly about my husband's sincere effort in taking care off our daughter Isabel. I should thank him for all that he does for her.
Name: nikita dahiya
Country: India
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very touching article.must say u r a very lucky lady.its an eye opener to the fact that men are also capable of handling a baby.
Name: garima
Country: India
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what a a lovely article.u see it realized me that my husband is really out of the world. u know he is same as that of geeta husband. i m really blessed.
Name: Ranjitha
Country: India
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I have son of 10 months old and my hubby has to be out of station more than 20 days in a month, but they are so close to each other that some times i feel jealous of my husband that my son loves him so much. I am working women and my in laws take care of son when i am at work. I breastfeed my baby still and my hubby and in-laws help me out in every work of the baby. I feel so relaxed when they say that u take care of the household work and your health and we will look after the baby, i am very proud to have such a family. They help me out in all the work of the baby like giving him bath, changing his nappies, feeding him etc..
Name: abc
Country: U.A.E.
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My hubby helps me with everything including weekend bath for baby, putting her to sleep almost every other night...but except diaper changes. I am tired of doing it. How can I involve him in that as well. Am I asking him for too much?
Name: anny
Country: India
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Truly nice but i suppose your mom in law was away.. When our babies were born i had twins i was so weak after the operation and my mom in law was so surious that i was asking my hubby to help.. Though he was very supportive and wanted to be a part of the experience..
Name: Priya
Country: India
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There is nothing like being given a leg massage by my husband while breastfeeding. It is so so relaxing, and relieves a lot of stress.
Name: Simran
Country: India
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Im really glad that i read this article..I have been feeling and doing the same as Geeta did. Thanks, as i was'nt able to figure out what was going on btwn me and my hubby.
Name: hema
Country: Nigeria
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Hello!Enojoyed reading ur article and its true fathers can help out.My hubby is also very sweet and co-operating and it was fun to bring up my elder one and now younger one too she is just two months.he heps me a lot.
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Name: Sharada Pramod
Country: India
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Thats true ... Its very important to involve your life partner while up bringing the child, it helps in bonding the relationship further. The sense of not being to help on certain occasion is a common issue among husbands ... both partners should share the load & enjoy the little moments while the kid grows. Its truly an wonderful experience, we should say :-)
Name: sumitha
Country: India
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ive just had my sonfifteendays old icompletly accept that dadsrole is vital n i experience great joy n pleasure when i find myhubby sara takincarofour baby i really feel -A PROUD MOM
Name: LD
Country: U.S.A.
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Yes, the role of a husband has changed dramatically since our Dads. My experience in marriage was a similar pleasant eye opener. My husband now not only does my laundry but our baby's as well, neatly folds and puts them away too:). He helps me with our 5 month old and I did the same, always cautioning as though I have all the plugged in maternal instincts.I have begun to ease up and just enjoy the respite now. Great article!!
Name: hk
Country: india
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I think i should ask my wife to read this article very soon. Thank for the information.
Name: sharm
Country: malaysia
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yeah cool...husbands must do their role!! as they should know how hard it is for a wife to take care of her baby..so husbands should help their wife...!11
Name: ideana
Country: usa
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my husband always feel left out now seen the baby's here now he want to be a baby so that i can give him more attention i always trie to tell him that he told me that he should start watching amanda an im going to feel the same way.
Name: Nedya
Country: united kingdom
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You story is so emotional that it made me cry. All I can say is you have got a very caring husband.
Name: nita gupta
Country: india
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Hi guys,i am an expecting mother,so your experiences to envolve huspends in parenting was really worth opening this site.now I will give full opportunity to my sweetu(husband)to take care of our baby,as ofcourse he is also looking forward to hug his 1st child,though my delievery will b on dec2005,but i am very eagrly waitig for the time when i will b giving world's best gift to my hubby,so guys wish me happy pregnancy & best of luck,thanks in advance.
Name: neetu om joshi
Country: india
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It was nice to read nandini guptas experience.It was really very informative.I will remember this experience and will take care that my husband is not affected negatively.
Name: neetu om joshi
Country: india
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It was nice to read geetas experience.It was really very informative.I will remember this experience and will take care that my husband is not affected negatively.
Name: anu
Country: dubai
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The article was a real eye opener... geeta is so right! until now, i had seen my husband only as chauffer and inhouse diaper man. when my daughter teja cries, i rush to her, and pick her up, even if my husband is doing his best to calm her... only with the best of intentions. I feel he must see her smiling and cooing all the time, and not her cranky moods. i stand corrected. so glad i read this article. thanks geeta!
Name: suparna
Country: india
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'fair weather father' - finally a term to define 'it'...i would say that such a phenomenon is actively encouraged and persuaded to the point of unfairness for mothers (..esp 'first time'ones) in the indian context. fathers are traditionally excluded from all the 'bad' parts of parenting..and such attidudes are typically taught and reinforced by senior members of the family, who anyways consider themselves the last word on the subject. and the 'father'...comfortably caves in to the obvious role laid out for him. personally in my case i found my husband stretching out that bit extra , almost protesting that he did not mind the 'potty'( which i did initially) and insisted on sleeping in the same room, even when given the cosy option of blissful sleep in deep winter january in another room far away. so i guess its time to break those stereotypical mould atleast in india and just go 'dutch'
Name: Mary
Country: usa
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I have found myself in the same situation. My husband was feeling left out and accussed me of being possessive of our baby. He watches the baby on Sunday's until about 8 or 9p.m. so I can go out and have time for myself and friends. Sometimes I just sleep and try not to comment on anything he does with the baby for that period of time. Now when the baby cries I try to wait a couple of seconds before I go to the baby to give my husband a chance to make the move first. Comments on breastfeeding: try to pump some milk in a bottle so your husband or relatives can feed the baby too!
Name: Hazel
Country: india
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It was nice to read the experience of Geeta though in my case my husband Naveen is fully involved. My husband would carry the baby as I prepare myself for giving the feed. He would bring me a glass of water. He would change the nappy while I take a break from feeding my baby, as it can be back breaking and quite exhausting. I fully agree with Geeta that in all our good intentions of `protecting' our husband's we forget their need to be involved in parenting.
Name: varsha
Country: india
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I fully understand what Geeta went thru'. But smoetimes the pressure to bottlefeed also comes from my in-laws who feel deprived of more time with the baby. My husband can still be with me & Our son when I am feeding, but not the rest of the family.
Name: Amelia
Country: usa
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What a really lovely story! It has made me think about how I handle this type of situation!
Name: Ishita Pandey
Country: india
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I made the same mistake as Geeta in the article did, I didn't realise that my husband was feeling left out. Your article has made me realise that I should involve him more in looking after that baby.



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