Supportive, honest, nervous, approachable and occasionally funny. Roo and Nick host through bleary eyes.
Episode 31: One Year Later
Episode 31 marks the first birthday of this podcast. We catch up on what happened over Christmas, how you handle the (spoiler alert) truth about Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy and what the future holds for this podcast. Having … Continue reading →
Episode 30: Holidays are coming
With Christmas nearing, Episode 30 is here our plans for the day, coping with pets and babies and what else we’ve been up to. Download this episode or subscribe to the podcast or find us in iTunes and leave a … Continue reading →
Episode 29: Strong Magnets
Episode 29 brings more of our unique blend of “research, experience and guesswork”. Birth music, Dad’s bag for the trip to hospital and 4 year old’s homework all come under discussion. Download this episode or subscribe to the podcast or … Continue reading →
Episode 28: Sleeping?
After a slightly longer than intend break, we’re back with Episode 28. Find out if we’ve been getting any more sleep since the last time. Download this episode or subscribe to the podcast or find us in iTunes and leave … Continue reading →
Episode 27: Not sleeping
Yet more feedback on our favourite bottle prep machine, libraries and a general lack of sleep. Episode 27 is brought to you by two very tired Beardy Dads. Download this episode or subscribe to the podcast or find us in … Continue reading →
Episode 26: School
Episode 26 brings news of Toby’s first week at school and Oliver’s signing vocabulary. We get some listener feedback on the Tommy Tippee Perfect Prep machine as well as colic. Download this episode or subscribe to the podcast or find … Continue reading →
Customer ReviewsSee All
So happy to find this pod. I found it entertaining and informative for my upcoming arrival!
Great podcast. A very easy listen. I found the information and questions discussed very useful. Great podcast for new dads.
I chain-listened to 30 episodes just before and after the birth of my second daughter, Iris as I realised I had almost forgot about all the 'bad bits' relating to newborns and needed reality check ( my eldest daughter is three). It couldn't all be plain sailing as I remebered it, could it? No. Nick & Roo tell it how it is in an informative and entertaining way that sometimes found me listeneing to 3-4 episodes a day as i was keen to remeber the stark realities of being father to a newborn. Their anecdotes left me feeling optimistic and reassured and reminded me that it takes an extra 15 minutes (at least) to get out of the house with a newborn. Great stuff, long may it continue.