Like many single dads, Bobblehead Dad’s life just kind of happens around him. His job? Keep up.
“A teenage me would be only a glimmer when compared to most kids today.”
Teaching gratitude, not “thank you”.
Bobblehead Dad graduates from a parenting milestone: Taking his last child through his last year of frantic back-to-school preparations.
Jim Higley believes his role as a parent means asking uncomfortable questions in order to help keep his children safe.
Buying underwear for my daughter gets more complicated with each passing year
All Jim Higley wants is for Huggies to portray dads as they are. Not to canonize them, but to simply portray dads as men who love their kids and who are comfortable digging in with the daily work of parenting.
How are dads portrayed in the media? Jim Higley looks at the trailer for “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” and doesn’t know quite what to expect.
Huggies “Dad Test” campaign set off a heated debate. Jim Higley finds it interesting to have his hand in this whole diaper thing.
Jim Higley watched the new Huggies commercial that puts the emphasis on dads. And it’s got his underwear in knots.
Sometimes it doesn’t matter what you see, Jim Higley writes, it just matters what you believe.
Jim Higley says he’s the dad worthy of emulation.
Jim Higley, on the (He)art of Shaving.
Parents, don’t let your children read this. Jim Higley doesn’t care about his kids’ grades.
Jim Higley rediscovers the bucket of friends that helped define his life while throwing a toga party or two.
Jim Higley has some thoughts about the epidemic of absent fathers and what can be done about it.