Daddy Do-Right
Are you the Daddy Do-Right kind of dad?
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If there’s a book on pregnancy, you’ve read it and memorised it. You know the difference between Braxton-Hicks and real contractions, and you’re keen to learn some breathing and pain relief techniques at the pre-natal classes you’ve already booked.

Your pregnant partner will never be seen eating sushi or soft cheese, because you’ve warned her about the possible parasite infestation. You’ve been playing Mozart to your unborn baby, and you’re investigating the merits of a water birth versus a water birth.

Typical Daddy Do-Right: Matthew Broderick.

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