Amy Warren Alpert found there were skeptics about fathers taking paternity leave. That was before she had kids. Here is what convinced her they are wrong.
From screen time to nap time, Isaac James Baker guides new parents on how to navigate those precious months home with the newborn.
Our baby Boy in the Burbs really adores his dad. If for no other reason, he is SO flexible!
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We need to do something on the issue of paternity leave. One of the Boys in the Burbs has a suggestion. — Paternity leave is rare — and rarely paid. Maybe it’s time for the daddies of the world (or their kids??!) to take action! Please like the Good Men Project Dads and Families […]
Mothers Day is here again, and Piers Morgan has some choice words about Dad’s.
After the notorious television host’s comments about Fatherhood, Dads on Twitter (and all over the world) responded.
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Brandon Billinger makes the case that the United States is well behind the global curve when it comes to paid parental leave and suggests ways that men and women can help change that trend.
Single mothers out in the world doing it every single day: I stand in solidarity with you. We’re not all that different. I’m a nurturer, just like you.
Men are speaking up about paternity leave, but for all the protections provided by the Family and Medical Leave Act, it only provides for unpaid leave, which is simply not enough for most families.
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Tom Burns thinks that Major League Baseball’s decision to support New York Mets’ Daniel Murphy’s right to paternity leave speaks volumes and deserves more attention than it’s getting
MLB player Daniel Murphy took one of his three days of paternity leave, and the sexists came out swinging.
Why Mike Francesa, Boomer Esiason, and Craig Carton Are So Very Very Wrong About MLB Paternity Leave
A trio of sports radio pundits made awful comments in reaction to New York Mets’ Daniel Murphy’s recent paternity leave. Their ugly, ignorant remarks are a disgrace and need to be repudiated in the strongest possible terms