Raising a child with special needs takes a special kind of man.
In the second episode of #AskaDad on The Good Men Project, Nick and Ben tackle your questions on bacon, free time, alone time, and other awesomeness.
John calls out a white woman who dedicates time helping kids in Africa. He tells why she has special meaning in his heart.
Anyone can be a princess on Halloween.
Rock climbing on Mohonk Mountain, Bill Reynolds’ 14-year-old son helped him get past the Lemon Squeeze.
A reader’s husband wants to play guitar and hang around the house all day, so she thinks he would make a great stay-at-home dad. ‘Dear Dad’ offers advice.
If you could spend one last day with someone who’s passed, who would you choose, and how would you spend it?
If Jordan Gray has a son, these are the three essential things that he would want him to know.
DiaryDad searches for compassion and love and finds it in abundance in his 8 year old son.
In a bid to get children to eat healthier, ‘The Cook At Home Dad’ shares tips and recipes he creates for and with his kids.
Each of these decisions are keys to your success. And there’s no better day to make them than today.
Mom Christine Walker has wisdom and advice for her son as he grows into manhood. She shares it in this letter.
Brent Almond reflects on a moment and the totality of ‘fatherhood’.
Moms may be wired to abandon dads for our babies. It can be lonely, depressing and dark. Here are the four things that I did that made it so I never had to feel that horrible feeling of being replaced by my own child.
Craig Boneau’s kids are watching and learning. He knows they will be doing so for the better part of two decades. He wants to make sure they learn how to live, not what to avoid.