To my daughter, these aren’t walks in the woods, but epic adventures.
I’m just a dad with a blog who really enjoys baseball and bonding with his kids.
It seems that as parents we spend half of our time complaining about how fast time goes by and the other half wishing they were a little bit older.
The best lesson the 80’s gave us.
As parents, we try to help our kids avoid scars, both mental and physical.
“Celebrity” means something much different now than it used to.
There are some conversations that even the most progressive of modern fathers would prefer not to have with their daughters.
My pre-schooler knows what holidays are about. Presents.
I don’t particularly like Father’s Day, for multiple reasons.
I give myself credit for not getting more stressed out about the co-ed nature of my daughter’s camp.
My learning included “man, those boats are small” and “you can drink Jamison out of a pickle?”
Prom season has returned to America, and parents all around the country are discovering new gray hair and worry lines.
When your 4-year-old insists on going to the playground to “practice her climbing”, you know she is going to succeed.
A father appreciates nature through the eyes of his daughter.
How many of our parenting decisions are made simply because it seems like that is what we are supposed to be doing and saying?
Parenting is turning out to be an endless repudiation of my pre-conceived notions about parenting.