Your hubby might be super hyped to be a dad, but there\u2019s a high chance that he\u2019s a little anxious, stressed or might we say\u2026 fearful? As the big day approaches, it\u2019s common to feel all these mixed feelings because you tend to think about what\u2019s to come and the changes that are about to happen in your new stage of life. But, we\u2019re here to help all you daddies to overcome or maybe ease the pressure you\u2019re having! Let\u2019s all calm down now and not to mention\u2026 there\u2019ll be plenty of sleepless nights once the baby arrives! BUT! You\u2019ll enjoy the journey, trust me, dads! Credit: Welcome Baby Here are the few biggest daddy fears! Fear no.1: What if I\u2019m not a good father? Growing up, many have experienced what it\u2019s like to not have a father. And speaking of which, you don\u2019t want to repeat what you felt because you know what it\u2019s like to not have a father. Many will either mirror their father or do the opposite. What you can do is try talking to your closed ones or maybe talk to your other half. Be open about it and let me remind you of the great news here. You aren\u2019t your dad or anyone else but you! You will be an incredible father! Fear no.2: Will I do everything right? Dear dads, it\u2019s okay to be clueless. Moms, help him learn if he doesn\u2019t know how something works. Of course, it\u2019s hard to be confident in something you\u2019ve never done before. Parenting is actually a skill you\u2019ll learn as you go. After all, practice makes perfect! Credit: Direct Advice for Dads Fear no.3: Am I ready? Am I ready to be a dad? Am I prepared for this change? For this commitment? You\u2019re not alone, you\u2019re in the majority. Very few are actually ready for this new life. Becoming a dad can actually trigger a \u2018provider\u2019 mindset which is scary for men. Research has shown that approximately 80% of men feel this way, adding the pressure of the commitment and responsibility they\u2019re going to make. Talk to people around you and be open about it. Fear no.4: Will I be able to stop my baby from crying? It\u2019s natural for a mom to stop a baby from crying easily but now you have to push the bonding process. Don\u2019t take the baby away from his or her dad when they cry. At first, it\u2019s normal for a new dad to feel helpless but it won\u2019t take long for him to master this problem. You\u2019ll be a pro in no time! Credit: Pinterest Dads, don\u2019t ignore your fears, voice out whatever you\u2019re feeling. No one will judge you. Talking about what you\u2019re feeling with your other half will not only bring both of you closer together but also deal with this major life adjustment. Have fun throughout this journey, don\u2019t be too stressed out. Trust me, you\u2019ll cherish every second of it. For more parenting tips and tricks, or the best prices in baby products, visit\u00a0Mamahood.com.sg\u00a0now!