Sands Hetherington explains how going from a 9-5 to staying home with his son ended up leading him to his current career.
Some dads are born to stay at home, say achieve it, and some have it thrust upon them.
Caleb Harris is the master of the “freezer meal”. He shares what he has learned!
Brad Scott walked away from a lucrative career into the unknown world of being a stay-at-home parent. Here is why he feels it is the best decision he ever made.
“I cried. Me. A grown man. A grizzled veteran dad. I cried. Heck, I bawled. The end of this era hit me. My time at home was over.”
Mike Smith, the Sunshine Dad is a stay-at-home-dad. He is pretty sure you can spot this fact when you see him in public. Here’s how.
A Dad’s Resolution to Never to Take His Kids to a “Chuck E. Cheese” Helps Him Find Out Who He Actually Is
Matt Sweetwood struggled with his identity. It was through his resolve on what childhood leisure his kids would be exposed to that helped him discover himself. Here’s what happened.
Matt Sweetwood is an accomplished dad. He now can take an assessment on what qualities he has a man that got him there.
It is the new “nails on a chalkboard” for the active parent dad. The comments. The assumptions. Neil Cohen shares the ones he’s heard that a mom never gets said to her.
In January of this year we began a series called “Portraits of Fatherhood”. We asked dads to respond to ten questions about their experience as a father, including how they combine work and family, and what moments in parenting do they consider as their “Best” and their “Worst”. The responses have been beautiful, remarkable and inspiring. […]
How understanding what being a provider means to you will make your parenting better.
Matt Sweetwood suddenly found himself watching a movie that was strangely close to depicting his real life. Instead of applauding, however, he loathed the portrayal of a dad bumbling thorough a life he knew so well.
My son will never know the man who was once a driven writer for a major lottery corporation. My son will not know his father as an educator who enthusiastically prepared literature lessons for high school students
Dad Sean just turned 40. He had an amazing independence when he was younger, but he would not trade what he has now to get it back. Here’s why.