#momstein#bbcreatorsclub#equalparenting Hi mommies! Father's day is coming up. If you already have a kid who can colour, you can always hand him a couple of crayons and get a cute card made for the dad. But what about dads-to-be? First pregnancies are a journey in themselves. And when you are a first time mommy, daddy's going to make sure you travel first class! From fulfilling every craving of yours at any hour to attending every antenatal checkup- daddy is there all the way. Second time pregnancies hardly get any attention let alone special treatment. So while you get treated to A-class pampering in your 9 months, here is a great idea to make your hubby feel special and involved in the baby making process this Father's day- A custom made calendar for the life-changing upcoming year of your life! When I was pregnant with my first baby, I made this calendar for my hubby. I got cliparts of pregnant women from the internet and got a calendar printed. To make this idea specific to yourselves, here are a few tips: 1. If you are in your fifth month of pregnancy in June, start the calendar with a 5 month pregnant cartoon.
2. Incase your anniversary is coming up the next month, nothing is cuter than a pregnant bride pic with her groom! (Like the one in the pic)
3. Each month of the calendar is similarly depicted with what is expected that month. If your due date is in October, then have a pic of a couple rushing to the hospital or a picture of a stork delivering a bundle.
4. For depicting months after delivery, always rely on cartoons showing cutesy baby pics and sleep deprived zombie parents!
5. If any of your birthdays are coming up, then you can use a real pic from your last birthday celebration to mark your birthday month. These are just some pointers to get started on your custom made gift for the dad-to-be this Father's day. You can always add your own inputs. Go to any printing shop (I got mine done at Printo in Bangalore for my hubby's birthday). And he almost got emotional on seeing the gift as he got a visual of what's to come.