Must Haves For New Dads

POPE AND SETHFather’s Day shouldn’t be the only time we focus on dads. With so many products and services out there, we figured we’d reach out to Pope Jackson, who just had a baby boy with his wife Nicole, and see what has stood out to him so far with his new son Seth.

We’ll continue to share the things he finds and likes along the way. Let’s start with two things he is loving right now:

 

The Daddy Caddy

 

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There’s all kinds of diaper bags for mom, but not much out there for dads- especially NYC dads on the go. Introducing the Daddy Caddy- it holds diapers and wipes, can be carried in multiple ways, conceals personal items in a zippered pocket, and even has water resistant lining.

Pope chooses to carry his caddy on his belt buckle while out and about with Seth. You can also hook it to a stroller for easy access.

The first hands free diaper bag, this bag is great for on the go dads and we love it!

 

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To get your own Daddy Caddy, visit gomamagodesigns.com

 

 

 

 

 


Lost My Name Personalized Books

seth bookA lot of bonding happens between mom and baby, especially moms who are exclusively nursing. Reading to baby is a great way for dads to spend quality time and create traditions from very young. We love the Lost My Name books that parents can customize for their child, especially because it was created by two fathers. Founded by three dads and an uncle who were frustrated by the lack of innovative technology being used to enhance quality storytelling for children, this is a great first book for dad to read to his baby every night.

 

“Read to your baby”, this is advice you find everywhere when expecting a newborn and something my wife and I planned to do from the start. The Little Boy who Lost his Name has become an awesome start to his library. Written by David Cadji-Newby and illustrated by Pedro Serapicos the book is vibrant and a fun read. The boy takes a journey meeting various animals and creatures that spell his name.

It’s designed for children ages 2-6 but our infant doesn’t seem to mind at all. The best part is this book is 100% personalized. From the message at the start to the amazing finale, it’s all about our child. I definitely recommend this book for everyone. It’s a great book and amazing personalized keepsake.– Pope Jackson

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“The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name” and “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name,” tell the story of a child who sets off on a marvelous adventure, to track down all the missing letters of their name.  The stories are fabulous—there’s a glamorous Ostrich, sleep deprived Bear, a Viking who yearns to bake and a Zebra torn between spots and stripes—and many, many more.  And the illustrations are fantastic—rich, vibrant and breaking new creative ground in children’s picture book art.

For more info, visit www.lostmy.name

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