Men like to wash their pajamas and other insights.
What Hugo, Derek, and Jim have to say about laundry when they are not talking about sex, parenting and family.
The stories you are about to read are true. Yes, men do laundry. Sometimes with entertaining results.
She can’t solve your case of the missing socks. But she still knows more about laundry than almost anyone.
Jim Higley will do anything to make sure his son shows up for his Little League game in a squeaky clean uniform. Well, almost anything.
‘Each morning, our bedroom door swings open as small boy and smaller stuffed animals enter. Sock-covered feet carry said boy to me and small arms lift themselves wordlessly.’
With a full-time job, and a hellish commute, Aaron Gouveia struggles to be there for his son. But somehow he makes it work.
Derek Markham is a man who is as comfortable in front of a washing machine as he is in front of a computer. But was he always that way?
Combine 2 dads, 1 daughter, some graham crackers, a whisk, and egg wash. Makes 1 delicious Saturday afternoon.
A father-son bonding moment over sporting goods? Why not?
John Cave Osborne finds that when it comes to laundry, it’s best to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em.
Bill Girouard’s son Teddy introduces him to Barack Obama and teaches him enduring lessons of patience.
Like many single dads, Bobblehead Dad’s life just kind of happens around him. His job? Keep up.
If every dad had to interview for the job, it might go something like this.
In the fourth of a five-part series on love and relationships, Tom Matlack and author Laura Munson debate the question: Are stay-at-home dads macho?