Mike Smith Writes About What it is Like for a Dad to Lose a Child
Kids don’t come with a handbook and much of parenting is on the job training. Thankfully, Mike Smith has learned a thing or two about being a great parent.
Mike Smith, the Sunshine Dad is a stay-at-home-dad. He is pretty sure you can spot this fact when you see him in public. Here’s how.
Mike, the Sunshine Dad, recently wrote an article about things taken for granted in his childless days. Then he realized he had present day things that someday would be on a similar list. Here is why he resolved not to let that happen.
Mike, the Sunshine Dad, is raising four toddlers. It has made him realize that there is a change in his life and specific things he used to take for granted. Here is his assessment and bigger revelation.
The Sunshine Dad has had all sorts of assumptions about his abilities thrown his way. Here are the top seven.
Mike, the Sunshine Dad, is father of four toddlers. Here are seven conversations he has learned to have with them.
Mike, the Sunshine Dad is the father to four toddlers. This makes him a frickin expert in all things toddler. He lately has observed some key advantages they hold. Here they are.
Snakes are not often seen as a parenting tool, but this time, the Sunshine Dad found them effective. Here’s how.
Mike Smith, the Sunshine Dad, masters taking care of his four toddlers, all at the same time. He shares his secrets.
The Sunshine dad used to lie about his age. Then he kind of wished his kids were at different ages. Then he got the answer. Stop lying and wishing.
You think the Bermuda Triangle, haunted houses and Area 51 have some bizarre, out- of-this-world things happening? Mike, the Sunshine Dad, says you haven’t seen anything. He explores the unexplainable and eerie events that children manifest.
As he reflects back on being dad to four kids, Mike Smith, the Sunshine Dad, found ten undeniable truths. He shares them with the men who face fatherhood for the first time in their lives.
They warn you about all sorts of things when you become a parent, but often leave out the biggest hurdle: dressing your child. The Sunshine Dad, Mike Smith, offers you the list of 10 things that should make you afraid. Very afraid.