Being a dad and truly “arriving” as a dad are completely different things. Just ask Doyin Richards.
Wade McDowell may have lost the battle for his life, but everyone can learn essential lessons from him to be the best parents and people possible.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and Doyin Richards shares how he believes bullying can be stopped once and for all.
Is the baby stage or the toddler stage more difficult to manage? Doyin Richards shares his opinions on the topic.
Practical or a fashion faux pas? Doyin Richards sounds off on the “Great Cargo Shorts Debate.”
Tired of what’s on television? Doyin Richards shares ideas for seven parenting shows that should be on TV right now.
Doyin Richards is not an expert on women, but he has some ideas on what qualities they find to be sexy in men.
Doyin Richards may not like princesses, but he understands the importance of knowing who they are.
As a black man and father, Doyin Richards urges people to think critically before discussing the unrest in Ferguson and other hot-button topics.
Social media isn’t always pretty, but Doyin Richards thinks it helped to move the conversation forward about what it means to be a dad.
Doyin Richards explains how cooking can be one of the best ways parents can bond with their children.
Doyin Richards believes that caring a little less makes him a happier dad.
It’s great when kids say nice things about their dads, but Doyin Richards shares the best compliment children can give to their fathers.
What motivates Doyin Richards to be the dad he is today? Pain and heartache.
Doyin Richards offers practical advice to new dads in four major areas.
Doyin Richards hopes parents take a moment to slow down before missing out on life’s most valuable resource.