Peder Hill talks about the effects of anger on children and what he’s learned about being a dad.
My mind goes to the dark places I work so hard to fight against: tumor, cancer, six months to live, eight months, eight years …
“I don’t know why this statement fills me with disgust,” writes Patrick Quinn
A stay-at-home dad joins a group for mothers and wonders why he didn’t do it sooner.
Patrick Quinn gives a few tips to those stuck in the nightmare scenario that is traveling with small children.
Niel Vuolo needed something to pass on to his son, so he bought him something sharp.
Fivel Rothberg’s son thinks Satan is cooler than God. What’s the big deal?
What kind of influence does music hold over our lives? How about the lives of our children?
There is nothing shameful about our bodies, so why do we teach our children otherwise?
“It’s never too late to start over — a dark day in one father’s life leads to his spirited renewal of fatherhood.”
CJ Kaplan explains how some of his greatest love affairs have been with books.
A poem for raising a boy.
Max Dubinsky writes to his son before he is born.
Kids’ clothing shouldn’t make a statement, David Zweig writes, especially if it’s the parents who’re making it.
Times have changed. The birds and the bees talk isn’t what it once was. We can either wax poetic, or adapt with the times.
Charlie Capen attempts to decipher his toddler’s language, and finds that such attempts hold little promise for success—or clarity.