Dad’s Involvement and Early Learning

Friday, August 10, 2018 By Aimee Ketchum
Dad's Involvement and Early Learning | Baby Chick

Don’t be offended mommies, but research shows us that dad’s involvement and early interactions with your baby are a higher predictor of your baby’s future language and academic skills than mommy’s early interactions. In other words, the more daddy reads to your baby, sings to your baby, and talks to your baby, the smarter your […]


10 Things Every New Dad Needs to Know

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 By Nina Spears
10 Things Every New Dad Needs to Know | Baby Chick

Congratulations! You are about to have or just had a baby! Whether you have read all of the baby books or not, as a new dad, you still might not feel like you are fully prepared for this new addition and change in your life. Over the years, I’ve assisted many new parents during their transition into parenthood. With everything […]


How Dads Can Help a New Mom

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 By Nina Spears
How Dads Can Help a New Mom | Baby Chick

Once a baby is born, many dads aren’t sure what they can do to help. To them, it seems like all the baby wants is mom and the boobs. Dads can feel overwhelmed and helpless and, honestly, clueless as to what they can do to pitch in and help mom and baby. You need to remember, […]


Daddy-Daughter Summer Date Ideas

Friday, May 11, 2018 By Hannah Crews
Daddy-Daughter Summer Date Ideas

As a little girl, one of the fondest memories I have with my dad were when he would take me places by myself. When it was just me and him, going on daddy-daughter dates and experiencing things together, making memories that only he and I could relate to. Now that we are approaching summer, your […]


4 Things Your Partner Can Do to Help with Getting Pregnant

Sunday, April 29, 2018 By Jessica Tzikas
4 Things Your Partner Can Do to Help with Getting Pregnant | Baby Chick

There are many things a woman has to do to when trying to get pregnant: we have to track our cycles, take prenatal vitamins, and take control of our health and wellness. But, just because we are the ones carrying the baby, doesn’t mean we are the only ones who should be making changes. In […]


What Dads Really Want on Father’s Day

Monday, June 13, 2016 By Nina Spears
What Dads Really Want on Father's Day | Baby Chick

When I think of Father’s Day I normally think of breakfasts in bed, handmade cards from the kids, and ties that dad will probably wear once or twice.. or maybe not at all. It’s difficult to find the perfect gift or to think of the perfect activities that dad will love on his special day — […]


A Chick Guide to Father’s Day

Friday, June 3, 2016 By Jessica Tomes
father's day gift guide 2016

Father’s Day is fast approaching! I don’t know about you ladies, but five years and three baby girls later — I am still just as obsessed with my husband as I was the day I met him (if not more so). Watching him with our precious daughters is enough to make me weak in the […]


A Thank You Letter to All Dads

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 By Nina Spears
A Thank You Letter to All Dads | Baby Chick

Dads, one day a few years from now, your children will be able to express to you just how sincerely grateful they are for all that you have done and continue to do for them. One day they may write their own thank you note to you, but today I am writing a thank you […]


“When I Became a Father”

Monday, June 22, 2015 By Lanie Towsley

It makes total sense that we ask mothers how they feel throughout their pregnancy and often encourage them to reflect on the 9-month long process, but it’s interesting to me though that we so rarely get a dad’s tale of the same experience. So, in honor of Father’s Day (or Month!), I decided to sit […]


My Husband’s First Father’s Day

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 By Lanie Towsley

Last year was Doug’s first Father’s Day. It was a day I had been prepping for even before we had kids. You see, Doug lost his father as a teenager and every Father’s Day since has been a little hard on him. He’s done an incredible job of celebrating my father, but I can always […]