can't help you with a website, but i can go with this...
(this is prolly gonna read more like a PM than a public message);
about a month after i became okay with having kids (at age 26) my wife and i became expecting.
she and i understand each other quite well; when we try to escape we both have two ways of doing it (her's probably healthier than mine); she sews and jumps headfirst into our garden. i jump into the garden and rabbits, and drink a pint or two while i do it.
we had an odd pregnancy, in that birth was the easiest part. in hindsight, the epideral was a bad idea becuase the "professional" doing it told her "bull****" when she said she had two extra vertabrae in her back (she's just now done being declared healed from that puncture wound almost two years ago).
fatherhood was very strange at first. not talking in the hospital and being asked to cut the cord (i could not, seeing my wifes innards and a blood covered baby i knew would set primitive parts of my brain off). within proly three hours i relaxed enough to say to myslef, "this is my daughter, to whom i am beholden to, and for the first year, a slave to my new fleshy baby godess" (i kid you not, that's what i said to myself).
it doesn't sound good for me to say, but right after my wife was able to go back to her paralegalness, i felt "put-a-pon". i think that's quite common. it alleviated entirely about six days after my wife went back to work and my baby would stop crying just by me picking her up.
my daughter is the best thing that has ever happened to me. i bordered on alcoholism because i drink when i have nothing to do, that's what i do. but now i have her, and a yard which i's have a 1400+ square foot guarden and a rabbitry to deal with. while my job keeps me away from home a solid 1/3 of the year, i love the life i've entered to.
diapers, and minor sickness, and sleep deprivasion will all happen, but it is so beyond worth it. i'd wager if you kept this thread active as the days go by, you'd find quite a bit of support. while my participation on this board has waned dramatically o'er the last five years, support is the thing you can count on here.
i wish you the best of luck wolfboy, you won't need it quite as much as you might think starting out, but cheers.