Brent Almond reflects on a moment and the totality of ‘fatherhood’.
Brent Almond reflects on his sons impending independence and continued need for support as a kindergarten student.
As an exercise in restoring peace to his head and household, Brent Almond creates a list of what he likes most about his son.
A new video from Similac does a near-flawless job of illustrating — and then defusing — the so-called “Mommy Wars.” Yet by excluding half of all parents from the name of their campaign, they undo much of the goodwill built up during the ad.
A new campaign from Tylenol brings an iconic Norman Rockwell painting to life with more diverse depictions of family — including an Asian family, an African American family, and a family with lesbian mothers.
This blogger was trying to write deep meaning into his Thanksgiving message, when he found he knew nothing about anything. So he wrote what he did know, and as it turns out, it was the most meaningful thing of all.
A dad read one of his favorite childhood books to his son. The next day, he found a connection to its author, Judith Viorst. And then, this happened.
Brent Almond always imagined himself as a father, but he never imagined being asked questions quite like these.
Brent Almond argues that an upcoming gay adoption subplot on the popular CBS sitcom is an insulting dismissal of the reality of same-sex adoption in the United States.
Brent Almond wonders why our society stigmatizes boys for showing affection to each other and worries that his young son is already feeling the pressure to conform.
Using the scientific method, Brent Almond has answered the question of the ages: Which kids’ movie anthem from the past year is the best?
Brent Almond sings the praises of the calmest, most meditative part of his daily schedule—his nightly story time with his son
Brent Almond celebrates two very different proposals and one very loving marriage.
Why were 250 men in New Orleans on Super Bowl Weekend? Brent Almond recounts his experiences at a conference dedicated to changing how we view modern fatherhood
Brent Almond challenges what it really means to be a “manly man” with this gay man’s list of the most masculine things on the planet
Brent Almond issues a challenge to photo card companies: Stop ignoring modern families and feature more diverse relationships in your holiday advertising