With his kids, Carter Gaddis straddles a line between regulating imaginative gun play and banning it
Carter Gaddis gets asks a simple question by his 5-year-old son. And it launches him back in time to his own childhood to search for answers.
Carter Gaddis wants to be a dedicated father, a diligent worker, and a devoted husband. It’s a lot of work to get it all.
Teaching kids to solve conflicts by talking it out is great, but what happens when words don’t work? Carter Gaddis hopes for the best.
Dad 2.0 Summit is an annual conference about the changing perception and online voice of modern fatherhood. Carter Gaddis tells us all about it . . .
“The advice I offer is merely suggestion; granted, it is really awesome suggestion, but the words you use are entirely up to you. You are the parent; I’m just some guy on the playground.” – Whit Honea, author, The Parents’ Phrase Book
Today is Game 1 of the World Series. We wanted to know if dads had any predictions, so Carter Gaddis asked them.
They say to “hate the game, not the player,” but sometimes the players bring it on themselves. Carter Gaddis shares his views on athletes, integrity, and the lessons we are teaching.
There’s enough parental anxiety without the need for shock & awe media marketing
Carter Gaddis kick starts the first in a series on the never ending ways our kids hurt themselves and how we deal with the mini-me before us
Beat writers for Major League Baseball face work-life conflicts that pit dream jobs against dream families