My mind goes to the dark places I work so hard to fight against: tumor, cancer, six months to live, eight months, eight years …
It’s the “Love, Recorded” Father’s Day, but hasn’t it been Father’s Day every day?
Recently, Brian Leaf’s son woke up to the fact that he doesn’t have any body hair, but that his father does.
Dating takes time and money. What’s a hard-working, single man to do?
Kenny Bodanis is tired of being asked if he’s “that way” or just seems that way.
Ulysses wants to raise his daughters to be “capable of standing firm when life comes at them with grabby hands outstretched.”
Don’t call him Mr. Mom… Al Watts is an At-Home Dad. And don’t you forget it.
Aaron Gouveia thought that because he was raising a son, he wouldn’t have to deal with body image issues… Boy, was he wrong.
Peder Hill talks about the effects of anger on children and what he’s learned about being a dad.
In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt and Cathreen deal with the vampirism of new parenthood while trying their best to sleep-train their baby civilly.
Are you tired of politicians acting like babies? Well why not let babies act like politicians just once.
When it comes to mixed-race parenting, the differences are only skin deep.
“It doesn’t bother me that he prefers to play with a pot instead of throwing a ball.”
The latest ad campaign from Huggies gets put to the test by dads who refuse to be labeled as inept parents.
Jim Higley watched the new Huggies commercial that puts the emphasis on dads. And it’s got his underwear in knots.