We all have our family vacation horror stories. They help cement us as a culture. And, this one is mine.
The philosopher George Santayana said, ‘Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.’ Sam Avery is now pretty sure he knows what that means.
Opening your baby’s nappy is like a box of chocolates — you never know what you’re going to get and you’ll probably end up with sticky fingers. My twin boys are 10 weeks old and these are the 12 types of nappy I’ve encountered so far.
John Jericiau of The Next Family was ready for some parts of being a dad…but not everything (like that one diaper…).
In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt faces his fears and buys a doll for his daughter, which gets him thinking about the stuff we accumulate, the sacrifices we make as our lives change, and what makes us human.
Dave’s a remarkable writer and an even more remarkable dad and man.
When one gender is put on a pedestal in the world of parenting, it just makes everything worse.
All Jim Higley wants is for Huggies to portray dads as they are. Not to canonize them, but to simply portray dads as men who love their kids and who are comfortable digging in with the daily work of parenting.
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.
Even the shortest trips mean you have to bring stuff. A lot of stuff.
In the first month with the “Love, Recorded” baby, Matt’s in-laws return, poop is discussed with great seriousness, crying is everywhere and sleep is nowhere.
Breastfeeding dolls, denim diapers, and a baby you can shave. Is there anything they don’t make?