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  • Baby showers for dads are more popular than ever
  • Baby showers for dads are more popular than ever
    Wil C. Fry (2006) ©
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Baby showers for dads are more popular than ever

‘Dadchelor’ parties are more popular than ever. These are baby showers especially for soon-to-be fathers – think beer, burgers and nappies. There’s also been a rise in ‘co-ed’ celebrations – parties for both parents. So why are dads so keen to have their own send-off before they hit parenthood?

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