You might not have heard, but Christie and I are expecting a little girl in June. And I'm a little nervous about being a dad, so I went out on the web looking at parenting sites, magazines, etc., to see what sort of resources are out there. Every woodworking magazine on the planet, for instance, lets you sign up for regular emails about woodworking.
And I signed up for quite a few, but I found it just a bit disheartening, because every single one was called something like "Mail for Moms", "Mommy Mail", etc. Now, I understand the allure of alliteration as much as the next guy, but are there really no resources like that for dads?
At least BabyCenter had a checkbox for "I'm a Dad" on their email sign up. Just beneath the checkbox for "I'm trying to get pregnant." It's not much, but it's something.
And then I get my first email from them, and it starts with, "As a BabyCenter mom, you now have access to..."