Pink and blue balloons, baby wipes, lots of nappies and hilarious games. Some call it the ‘manshower’ while others say it’s a ‘dad-chelor’. Whatever you may want to call it, it is the male version of a baby shower.
It's now becoming a thing, and South Africans are loving it.
These baby showers usually involve a group of friends, food, drinks, gifts, and men with fake bellies teaching each other how to bath or change babies.