There’s no big fancy fatherhood magazine, no Oprah for dads, and fewer father in older generations sat down with their sons and told them how to be a great father. So Derek Markham wants to share with dads what he has learned, in hopes it will help. Please add to the list.
When Michael FitzGerald lost his job, he didn’t tell his kids. But they knew something was fishy.
The “Love, Recorded” guide to being a new daddy.
NYC Dads guest blogger Lorne Jaffe is a new at-home dad who has struggled with depression and anxiety for most of his life.
Fed up with the constant harassment, Noah finally hauled off and let the punk have it.
Having a young child when you’re still young has its share of challenges. Don’t let them prevent you from seeing the good stuff—the first word, the first step, and, of course, the first-step-then-soccer-goal-then-trash-talk.
Huzzah to nurturing dads.
The Love, Recorded column takes on gender. Cute baby pictures are included. Dolls are another story.
December 1st, 1969. A group of college kids crowded round the TV. Each left as his birth date was called, his future having been decided—Vegas style—by the luck of the draw.
Do we really live in a society that is still stuck in the lie that Black men cannot be fathers?
Like many single dads, Bobblehead Dad’s life just kind of happens around him. His job? Keep up.
My day starts with a “Jeez, don’t drop the baby” moment. It ends with me dreaming of Hooters. Just another typical stay-at-home dad day.
“A teenage me would be only a glimmer when compared to most kids today.”
“It was time for The Talk. Only I wasn’t ready. I started giggling and acting like a 13-year-old, deflecting serious inquiries by shouting, “Snu-Snu! Snu-Snu! Snu-Snu!”
Jay Palter wants his children to grow up knowing how to unleash their creativity.