In this excerpt from his new book, “My Father’s Day Gift,” Dr. David Andrews breaks down ten ways that dads can gratefully acknowledge the father figures who helped shape their development as parents.
Tweet “Power is as power does.” Michael Anthony races against his son on a warm winter day where monarchs reign and kings rule. —- Red hummingbirds darting in and out. They dip long beaks extended by longer necks into vases of flowered nectar. Mourning cloak caterpillars and snails. A dream home in the valley; […]
Dave Lesser wonders if the stereotypical parenting memes he sees every day really represent how modern parents are viewing their partners
Elke Govertsen believes we need to show the same respect for boys that we do for girls by pushing people to stop using the harmful words in our language like “wimpy”, “sissy” and “be a man”.
“Being a Father Is Being a Question”: What a New Anthology on Fatherhood Has to Say About Being a Dad
Steve Edwards talks to Brian Gresko, the editor behind the upcoming “When I First Held You”, about literary fathers, gender and parenting, and the transformative power of becoming a dad
Christian Clifton doesn’t have kids yet, but he already knows he wants to be involved in teaching them to love learning
David Perry compares two different Disney anthems and explores how they might effect his daughter and other girls of the times.
Scott Posey was skeptical about involving a doula in the birth of his first child, but soon realized that the doula was an invaluable resource for both him and his wife
Andy Smithson assembles a list of thirteen universal truths about fatherhood and being an engaged dad
Kids change everything.
Tom Burns loves reading to his kid, but there are certain books for children that really, really creep him out. He hopes he’s not alone.
Adam Cherepski charts the many subtle and not-so-subtle ways that our language regresses once we become parents
The National At-Home Dad Network apologizes for inappropriate comments made by a few members in one of its affiliated private Facebook groups.
Brent Almond sings the praises of the calmest, most meditative part of his daily schedule—his nightly story time with his son
Rob Pollak shares his funny take life as a new dad—it’s a kind of hell week, but with a surprisingly happy ending.