FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Irvine, California (June 14, 2020) In a landmark study from Daddy Boot Camp’s Center for Research on Paternal Issues (CRAPI), dads watching football with their babies in their arms was found to equal the bonding achieved by mothers and babies when breastfeeding. This is due to the high level of oxytocin (i.e., …
While new moms are consumed with caring for their baby, new fathers are searching for ways to get off the sidelines. The challenges moms face with breastfeeding present dads with a unique opportunity to get into the game from the outset and score big with the new mom in his life, his child and his family.
The difference between our dads as “rookie” dads-to-be and “veteran” new dads is striking. They transform into different men, but they don’t have much of a clue as to how. When I ask our veterans how they did it, all they can say is “one day at a time”. If we showed them a video of themselves as a rookie, they would be surprised at how far they have come. We are starting to get the videos to show new rookies and looking deeper into how they did it.