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Aaron, UK

"I felt like I did as best as I could to support my wife during labour, although there were a couple of moments where I felt absolutely terrified. I'm not sure if she noticed. If I could give any advice to another dad, it would be to always ask what’s happening and to speak up for your partner. If I didn’t ask, they didn’t think to tell me what was going on and that’s when I would get scared and feel like I wasn’t doing my part. The other thing I would say is to make sure you eat before you go to hospital. It was the middle of the night and I was starving and that was actually a bit distracting.


Guys don’t talk much about birth, so I wasn’t prepared for how totally unbelievable it was to see my son being born. Best moment of my life. I can still picture his face. I thought he would be sleepy and crying, but he had these big open eyes and was just looking at me."


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Braydon, Australia

My child’s birth was full of ups and downs. A plan of a natural birth was foiled within minutes, after 15 hours of labour. An emergency C-section followed. Luckily our beautiful boy was born 2 hours l

Juho, Spain

"I remember counting the contractions with my app and following how my partner was doing. Secretly I sent a message to the midwife to let her know that my partner was uncomfortable but I think the con

Jaime, Spain

"If I’m honest, it was a rollercoaster for me. It was both incredible and awesome, whilst also scary and totally beyond my control. But that’s the thing about birth. You’re there and you’re doing what