I guess that's just it though, of course we feel like mum's everyday, and they must find it hard to feel like a dad properly until the baby is here? I suppose our hormones don't help though!
And men aren't the best at noticing things! My OH was worse until I kept going on about how he doesn't do the simplest of things.. It's worth it!
I guess to him it doesn't seem like he'll be able to learn anything, but if he gave it a chance, he would! And it's not so much about looking after the baby when it's here, but how to support you through birth/breastfeeding/being a mum!
Tell him to man up and come with you. It's what, like an hour of his life a week?!
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