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And as a consequence, dads no longer feel they have an active and vital role in the upbringing of their own children.

Faye Mingo, spokeswoman for parenting club which commissioned the poll said: 'Economic circumstances, work pressures and the nature of family relationships have changed over the years.'Mums are increasingly juggling more of these responsibilities which has led to dads feeling left out and confused about their role.'Society's lack of lack of recognition for dads' contribution in bringing up children has also left them feeling confused about where they fit in family life.

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Four in 10 dads regret agreeing to be the main breadwinner so their partner could be the main child carer.

A whopping 58 per cent think mums get the better deal as they have forged a strong relationship and routine with the kids whilst dads work long hours.

Faye Mingo continued: 'Dads are left floundering during the pregnancy, and often as soon as the baby is born.'There can be a huge expectation about the work involved with a newborn, but actually in the early weeks the main care is focused on feeding and sleeping - something mum tends to take ownership for.'But just because Dads work it doesn't mean they can't share the night time routine, both to develop that special bond with baby and also to ensure both parents are well rested for the day ahead.'And once children become toddlers matters don't improve - despite turning to dad for games and play, mum is still the one they want for comfort and advice.

The poll reveals that 69 per cent of children who wake in the night call out for mum rather than dad.

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