In this episode of ‘I am the Worst Parent Ever’ Podcast, Robert and Nicole ask if our perfectionist tendencies rub-off or get passed-down to our children?
Families in the 21st century have changed, making it necessary to rethink what has been “traditional” ways of sharing the custody of children.
While many parents believe equipping their young child with a cellphone is a matter of safety, research shows the practice comes with certain risks.
In this episode of the ‘I Am The Worst Parent Ever’ podcast, listen in to hear how you can get some outside perspective that can help you influence your kids’ behavior.
Moms aren’t the only ones teaching our kids to be sassy. Dads can lay on the sarcasm pretty thick. Well, maybe not all dads, but quite a few.
Parenting is hard enough without unsolicited advice from the peanut gallery. I’m already exhausted enough without managing the emotions and experiences of virtual strangers.
Remember, you don’t need to schedule complicated events or expensive activities to make the most of your newfound family time. Just make sure to be there, listening, sharing, and caring. They, and you will be better off for all of your efforts.
We’re at that pivotal moment in her life when she starts to press against the bonds of parenting, to look outward to what she’s going to be, and how she’s going to interact with her world.
The issues fathers face when, as young boys, they were taught that sex, power and money answered their problems.
Fathers should feel proud each time they step outside with their sons and to understand that there’s nothing wrong with showing the world what both of them already know that they have: love.
In this episode of the ‘I Am The Worst Parent Ever’ podcast, Robert and Nicole discuss the ways we have control of our time and the ways we don’t.
As a father, having your kids behind the wheel can be tough. This can help.
Kids of happy and healthy single parents have had the best possible start to their lives.
—When you think about achieving success, your career probably comes to mind. While climbing the pay scale, receiving a promotion, and gaining the admiration of your colleagues are all laudable goals, there are other areas in life that deserve the same concentrated effort. Many men make the mistake of assuming that paternal instincts will come…
When it comes to expecting a baby, a lot of people focus on the mother, giving her advice and checklists on what she should do to prepare for the big day. Not that many take some time to look at the dads-to-be.
Being a father doesn’t have to be difficult.