Changing a diaper is never clear – even if you are a prince.
As part of her work with charitable organizations for mental health for men, the Duke of Cambridge visited this week in several groups in London. A charity organization "Future Men" helps to prepare new, and more, a father for the challenges of parenting. On Thursday, Prince William met several members of the "Future Fathers" course, aiming to teach new fathers skills and raise their level of trust. of course, a station where men practice changing diapers on a doll.
Hello! reports that Prince William talks with 34-year-old Rick Karadia-Hudson, whose wife is expecting a boy in May. "It's never easy!" "the prince told him. He also talked about how difficult it could be to put on a baby: "the most difficult thing is the buttons," he said, according to E! William also speaks openly about the ways life changes for new parents just beyond the buttons.
"After the lack of sleep begins to be established, levels of stress are rising," he said. "From an early age you learn to have a vision, have a plan, have a career and all the sudden babies come and start thinking about more … This is such a change, your whole life
Caring for the baby is a huge responsibility, and their full vulnerability can be striking, William said to the group.
And everything is so small, their little toes and fingers, you feel as if you move them too much they will almost break, but they they do not, "he said.
"The fear of a newborn baby is very vulnerable, and that's what you spend most of your time taking care of, thinking what to do? And that's the thing, not much, it's very daunting how small they are when they first arrive. "
William and his wife, Kate Middleton, are the parents of five-year-old George, three-year-old Charlotte, and nine-month-old Lewis. Both parents have spoken openly about some of the challenges they have faced.
Speaking at a conference on mental health and education in London on Wednesday, the Duchess Cambridge assesses what she wants to know as a new mother. 19659002] "I was very naive as a parent, really, how important was the particularly early years for the children's future," she said, according to Hello!
"Over the last eight years, I have been working with charities. some of our leading experts in mental health, addiction, family breakdown, homelessness and education, "she added. "And how critical this is, everyone who takes care of children at critical time, teachers, parents and everyone who cares about them, how important it is to do it right."
We can only imagine sharing this information with Harry and Megan, whose baby is due this spring