Aaron Gouveia is going to have to say “tech.” But don’t tell his wife.
A playground encounter forces a dad to assert his right to parent.
“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” should be titled “What to Expect if You’re Expecting and You Have a Vagina.”
Does making more money than your wife make you more of a man?
Seriously, when did it become OK to treat men like Pavlov’s dogs?
Aaron Gouveia thought that because he was raising a son, he wouldn’t have to deal with body image issues… Boy, was he wrong.
Aaron Gouveia endured a living nightmare when his infant son became seriously ill, an experience that made him grateful for his son’s recovery and sympathetic to the parents who weren’t as lucky
People who were raised with corporal punishment and say “But I came out just fine” are wrong, writes Aaron Gouviea. Those people did not turn out “just fine” because they still think that using weapons against a child and beating them bloody is acceptable behavior.
Aaron Gouveia is locked in a debate for the ages with his wife, all about the appropriateness of wearing pajama pants outside of the house
A Mormon blogger is claiming that Disney’s new blockbuster is turning children gay, inspiring Aaron Gouveia to cast a critical eye towards his “Frozen”-loving son
Aaron Gouveia thinks parents are setting the bar too high, and that real happiness is having enough.
Superbowl MVP Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens missed the birth of his second child to play in his team’s home opener. Football fan Aaron Gouviea weighs in on work and fatherhood.
Aaron Gouveia remembers the Patriots in the old Sullivan Stadium—“a craptastic team in a rundown pit of a stadium.” But through the years, through the generations, he’s loved every minute of it.
Aaron Gouveia looks at the “rules” some fathers are setting for their daughters and hopes he is never ever ever like that.
Survey finds men and women both support giving up their careers to be stay at home parents, but women are far less willing to let husbands stay home
Aaron Gouveia sees the city’s every day mettle—its spirit, its pride, its history, its people—as its enduring strength against such cowardice as yesterday