“A teenage me would be only a glimmer when compared to most kids today.”
Jim Higley watched the new Huggies commercial that puts the emphasis on dads. And it’s got his underwear in knots.
Sometimes it doesn’t matter what you see, Jim Higley writes, it just matters what you believe.
Jim Higley says he’s the dad worthy of emulation.
Jim Higley, on the (He)art of Shaving.
Parents, don’t let your children read this. Jim Higley doesn’t care about his kids’ grades.
Jim Higley rediscovers the bucket of friends that helped define his life while throwing a toga party or two.
Jim Higley has some thoughts about the epidemic of absent fathers and what can be done about it.
Jim Higley, single dad of three, shares some insight on what “great” really means.
You know, Jim Higley writes, sometimes it’s OK to give your kids ice cream for breakfast.
Does doing good deeds mean you have to think nice thoughts?
Can you imagine the guys on Mad Men sitting around the office talking about feeling bloated?
Teaching gratitude, not “thank you”.
Good old-fashioned sibling rivalry waxes and wanes at a mind-boggling pace. Can a father keep up?
Ah, the good old days of burning a new mix to share. Does anybody do that anymore?
‘I had a drawer full of soap from faraway places. And each one was carried home specifically for me from my dad.’