The advice for fathers is subpar. It’s full of “bro” talk. Everything is covered in camouflage for some weirdo reason.
If we want better fathers, start treating them as parents by giving them the resources and content that speaks to them directly.
My superpower, the one that I had all along, was that I can afford to get the vaccine. Many people can’t.
Our kids have lost a lot this year. And now we are about to say goodbye to the cello and the violin.
I’m a middle-aged suburban dad. I’m about to get my ass kicked.
Namaste, Busy Parent, and welcome to your daily relaxation exercise on your toilet.
Also, the brake pedal is not the same as the gas pedal.
My smart oven is self aware so it’s only a matter of time before we are all doomed.
It was supposed to be a simple eye exam.
My Alexa learned to be passive-aggressive by monitoring my teenager’s text messages.
In the Land of Quarantine, I have been run out of ever room of the house. A walk-in closet is all I have left.
And also, should I start wearing pants?
I’m so ready for my entire dirty family to go back into the world and to leave mine in peace.
I don’t carry cash anymore, but my daughter does. And now she wants me to pay up.
At Dad’s Kitchen, we pride ourselves in you not eating anything that we make. Ever.
Should we wear pants today?