Just a reminder that dads come in all shapes, sizes, and genders. These articles are geared toward folks including (but not limited to) dads, birth partners, and adoptive parents. No matter how you identify, we hope these resources will be relevant to you and your parenting journey! 


Dads of Park Slope Parents Present: Dad Hacks 101

The savvy dads of Park Slope Parents have compiled an encyclopedia of creative tips to help your day-to-day life run a little smoother. From breakfast to naptime to bathtime and back again, these hacks will have you feeling like a seasoned pro at this whole parenting thing!

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Advice for Helping Your Partner Return to Work After Maternity/ Parental Leave

One dad's awesome advice for how he and his transitioned into working life after maternity leave.


Mental Health Check-In for Dads/Partners with The Motherhood Center and Justin Lioi

PSP held a Mental Health Check-In for Dads and Support Partners on Monday, December 14th, 2021, with:

Justin Lioi, LCSW

Paige Bellenbaum, LMSW, Founding Director and Chief External Relations Officer at the Motherhood Center  

Here’s a link to the webinar, though the notes cover the majority of the points made during the hour. Here's also a recent PSA about Mental Health you can watch (and maybe show to any new parents you're worried about.)


Newborn Advice for Dads/Partners

Parents discuss how fathers and partners can bond with their baby.