Did you know that in 2016, only 25% of British dads felt that there was enough support to help them play a positive role in family life?
Becoming a new dad is an exciting and amazing experience but it can also be super daunting.
There's no one-size-fits-all dad manual on how to stop the crying or how to get the right amount of sleep, but there is no need to fret; in this day and age there is plenty of handy technology that can help you on your way to being a Super Dad!
Running around after the little one/s all day may result in you running low on fuel. In the beginning, this will probably be the most difficult aspect of new dad life; baby brain can feel like a real thing (although the jury is still out on the scientific evidence), meaning you could feel more mashed up than the food you will soon be feeding your little one.
Other aspects of new dad life can include keeping the kids entertained while juggling the finances, feeding your mini-me whilst catching up on the full-time scores, as well as finding some downtime for yourself while remembering to capture all those special moments in photos and videos.
Can you remember what a good, uninterrupted night of sleep is, or even what 'me time' is? If only we had technology which could help us along...
There are certain things you can do to make the journey of being a dad much easier, and Compare Cover has compiled a rundown of current tech to help you on your way! After all, even the most heroic Super Dads need a helping hand to keep them going.
Treat yourself - be a Smart Dad.
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