From gamer’s paradise to twitter smackdowns, this week in Dads and Families has plenty of examples of how parenting makes us feel old.
Daughters really limit dads, or at least that’s what most people ask Mike Reynolds, who has made a list of all the ways having daughters cramps his dad style.
As a gay dad, William Dameron has fielded a lot of requests from straight parents about what makes their kids gay. Dameron sets them straight.
Too many choices leads to analysis paralysis for many of today’s teens. David Stanley offers five strategies to helping adult teens make decisive choices.
The situation in Syria has Kyle Wiley fearing the influence of fear on his family.
Fear was everpresent in Steve Murray’s mind as his son underwent brain surgery for a grapefruit-sized tumor.
First-time dad Dustin Fisher could have used an epidural during his wife’s labor.
Interviewer Jason Moles calls Modern Dads moronic and Sean Kent of the hit reality show responds with a classy, comic interview.
This week in NYC, Chicago and L.A. dads were invited to a gaming truck to try out the new Tomy game, Battroborg.
—comic from Lunarbaboon