(Photo courtesy of @m_phelps00)
When you're a new dad, it's not about how many gifts you get on Father's Day, but the quality of those gifts. Treat dad like a champ on his special day (even if he's not a gold medalist like dock dad Michael Phelps, pictured above) and he'll be over the moon. Here are our tips for how to celebrate Father's Day with your family. Hint: DockATot is the perfect accessory for dad to get the most out of his special day.
(Photo courtesy @alycarroll)
Let him snooze: Sleep is one of the most important and best things you can do for your body. Let dad log in a long nap on Father's Day (co-sleeping with his little ones in DockATot, of course!). Since our launch, we've heard from many new mamas about how much they love their DockATot. But it's not just mums who are obsessed, we get plenty of dads writing in about how DockATot has made their journey into fatherhood so much easier and less sleep deprived.
(Photo courtesy of @marissa_kephart)
DockATot provides a safe and secure spot for little ones to co-sleep with daddy. Co-sleeping is an amazing way to bond with your baby. Treat him to a massage beforehand and set the stage for a long, uninterrupted nap. Just make sure you turn his ringer off!
(Photo courtesy of @occasionally_perfect)
Breakfast in bed: This is an oldie but goodie, but never goes unappreciated. Let him sleep in on Father's Day while you sneak out of the room to scoop up the baby and then head to the kitchen to whip up his fave brekkie.
(Photo courtesy of @allieseidel)
Picnic in the park: Start a Father's Day tradition of a picnic in the park with your family. Bring a bottle of wine, some fancy cheeses, some fresh farmer's market finds and a loaf of bread and you've got yourself the perfect spread. Don't forget to bring your DockATot Deluxe so baby can have a safe, snug place to chill, nap or rest while you and daddy leisurely nibble and sip the day away.
Mother's Day is just around the corner... say what?!
Here's some inspo on what hints to drop to your baby Daddy cause lets face it, self-picked presents are the best!
To help provide some context, we’ve compiled a collection of photos to give parents an idea of what babies look like at different ages and weights in both the Deluxe+ and Grand docks. It’s important to remember that all babies are different and have different needs, but hopefully this compilation will create a frame of reference.
When your friend shares the exciting news that she’s having a baby, there are probably lots of hugs, some belly rubs and maybe even a few happy tears. And then you have to find a baby gift—one that’s thoughtful, unique and useful for your friend and baby. Tall task? Before you sound the alarm, we’re here to help.