Dads are in charge of eating all the pieces of food that no one wants, like ends of bread, brown bananas, and slightly stale cereal.
We want the best education for our children (don’t all parents?) and for us, that means surrounding them with kids from all walks of life.
When you tell your child that they were harmed because another person likes them, you’re connecting pain with love, which normalizes abuse.
Parents open up about the terrifying moments after they learned their child’s school was on lockdown.
This is honestly every parent’s worst nightmare.
Third grade is tough, luckily our 8-year-old friend gives us an instruction manual on how to survive.
Step 1. Get a towel. No, not a hand towel. One big enough to dry your body with.
Richard is our new favorite customer service guy.
The unbreakable bond between this boy and his little pup Bean will touch your heart.
Instead of seeing kids latched to a screen, you’ll see them chasing fish in the water, digging a mega-hole in the sand, or getting their diaper stuck on a palm frond.
It’s going to be OK. You’ve got this.
Emotions don’t need to be swallowed. Feelings don’t need to be stuffed away. I want them to always know there is strength in vulnerability.
We can never forget that words matter — and using correct and respectful words when talking about families matters.
More often then not, I’ve watched men who spent a good deal of their youth throwing their weight around, and coming at everything with violence and aggression, only to find themselves blowing through marriages and isolated socially.
By Alana Romain If you had told dad blogger Brent Almond a few years ago that he’d soon be flying to northern England to walk 84 miles along Hadrian’s Wall, he’d probably have thought you were crazy. But that’s exactly what he’s about to do, thanks to one really valuable cause, and a very special…
The path back to your sex life is easier than you think.