Fatherhood can be daunting, he said at an event for a male mental health charity.
A pantry dedicated to Coast Guard families in need went through three months' worth of diapers in two weeks.
Becoming a diapering pro requires a solid division of labor and a solid process that ends with clean skin and plenty of baby
American families who can't afford simple needs like diapers seek solace in charity run diaper banks.
A network of diaper banks now alleviates some of the suffering caused by the 1996 gutting of welfare.
"I think it speaks volumes that they are doing the right thing for the right reason when nobody is watching."
by Norine Dworkin-McDaniel & Jessica Ziegler of Science of Parenthood Excerpted from Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific
He doesn't even do diapers. How could he know what working families really need?
Motherhood is one of the scariest roles I have ever taken on, and it was great to take a few minutes this morning to look back all of the thing I loved about being a new mom.