Episode 4 of the “Just Stick to Parenting” podcast series by Doyin Richards.
It’s a tough life choice, but I’m sure it will work out in the end.
My Daughter’s Activism is a form of art.
Dr. Vibe speaks with Kenneth Braswell, Chief Executive Officer of Fathers Incorporated about Fathers Incorporated and the Million Fathers March that is being held on September 27, 2019
Grief led to angry outbursts. But those led to important conversations and change
Good match or bad?
Glory Days Last week a man walked by me in the park both arms full, one with his baby, the other with his diaper bag. The glimpse I caught of his profile and posture—that addled yet jolly strut of new fatherhood—took me back to a time not so long ago. It was a wistful realization:…
And why it’s vital.
Now that my daughter is officially signed up for kindergarten, I decided it’s time for more academic pursuits.
I remember the first week of school, and how put off I was ever wanting to learn.
Galileo said that we should “measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.” I believe that Galileo was 100 percent correct.
Preschool care should be universally available and offer the services that families need from pregnancy.
I won’t always be there to protect my daughter, but I can teach her to protect herself.
This summer started, as they all do, with a long list of things that I wanted to do with the girls. As with most summers, very few of them got crossed off.
Cooking with kids to create bond with children.
We dads don’t get told what it means to be a dad. We are, however, told what it means to be a man.