SAHD Frank Priegue reports from the front rows of his first ‘Mommy and Me’ class with his son.
We all know that “Butt Paste” still makes us dads giggle.
Oh, how convenient selective memory is when it comes to the “good old days” of parenting.
From El Freijo to Spanish Harlem to meeting his first grandson, Frank Priegue remembers the legacy that was his dad.
SAHD and WAHD Frank Priegue has it covered.
In the end, the baby looked like his new name, throwing out months of deliberating on what to call him.
Have you seen the baby yet? Ya gotta see the baby!
It’s amazing what 50 years will do to parenting standards.
Frank Priegue gives us a brief history of oversharing and the beauty it can bring.
Nice kid! When are you planning the next one?
Are stay-at-home-dads as rare as unicorns? Not for Frank—and a lot of dads these days.
New dad Frank Priegue breaks it down for the pre-baby crowd.
Forget “Netflix and Chill.” You know you need a night out–away from and without the kids.
Frank Priegue is breaking new parenting ground at the age of 50. He’s also laying the groundwork for his child.—Becoming a SAHD (Stay at Home Dad) at 50 concerned me a little—okay maybe more than a little. I worried about, bathing, diaper changes, and being the responsible adult. I was working without a net—it was just…
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