Dan McGlynn came home to find that his kids had Googled ‘Big Butts” and knew it was time for the talk.
Spending time at an indoor play area is no joke, and Mike Berman shares some tips so dads can keep their sanity and children intact.
Becoming a father at a young age isn’t the death sentence most people think it is. Here’s what it’s really like.
Welcome to Portraits in Fatherhood: We’re telling the story of today’s dads.
We need to stop damning parents of today, embrace their appetite for knowledge, and continue to evolve the sophistication and availability of evidence-based parenting strategies.
Thanks to her, you have a better understanding of women in general.
A Podcast on Parenting is giving a voice to Dad’s and Families.
Baby boy Winston put his dads Michael and Matthew through their paces this past year. Here are the five key things they learned.
Gary Dietz argues that fathers of disabled children need to embrace their evolving role in society and actively support, both physically and emotionally, caregivers in similar situations.
Caleb Woods looks back to a day when the values in Christian Churches were a lot simpler. He wants our kids to return to the same message about Love that he learned.
Nathaniel Turner was pleasantly surprised at how much the new movie adaptation of “Annie” challenged the common portrayal of African-American dads in popular media.
TLC launched the sensational “Not Gay” show about “same sex attracted” men marrying straight women. Media focused on the plight of the men. Rob Watson thinks the real focus needs to be the damage to the women they married.
The Rhodes Bros, You Tube video personalities started off 2015 by being open with their viewers — and their dad. They captured the emotional exchange with him on video. Here it is.
The things we say to our kids help shape their identity. Joanna Schroeder explains how a few key words and phrases can empower our sons.
Shannon Ralph waxes poetic on life before kids. She would not be that person again, but she advises parents-to-be to relish these 30 things, before they are gone. And they will be SO gone, gone.
Becoming a dad was not easy for Robert Lamarche. To do it, he had to fight the state and gain recognition for himself and want-to-be dads like him. Here is an interview with him, and his story.