Imitation is a key part of the way humans learn.
I know I have mood swings. I know my husband sees the anger, the depression, the frustration and defeat without my confirmation, and I know our infertility journey creates more worry in him about me than about actually procreating. This, I believe, is the largest contrast between the way women and men deal with infertility.…
A month in, and this dad shares some great “aha” moments!
Shortly after his wife had a baby, Kevin Nordstrom got fired from his job. Instead of giving up on himself, he chose to start his own business.
The thought of being a new dad can be stressful.
Frank Priegue gives us a brief history of oversharing and the beauty it can bring.
Mother’s Day can be the worst for men and women who deal with infertility.
Eco-Friendly Tips That Will Help Protect Your Infant and the Planet
Did I cry when my son was born? Meh. Did I weep when he started packing his own lunch? YES.
When you do what you’re called to, you can trust the courage you need will follow.
Grandparents are either adored or shunned. Here are three things you can do to be a great grandparent and thus be included in your grandchildren’s lives.
Babies are scary. Dads are afraid of them and for good reason. But they are also fascinated by them, here’s why.
These five questions and answers should get most gay men started on their journey to fatherhood. At times, surrogacy with egg donation can seem to have too many obstacles, to be too complicated, or to require too much work, but the rewards of a successful surrogacy are immeasurable!
Moments from being able to breathe easier, knowing this baby will soon be theirs to keep safe, Kevin and Marc receive terrible news.
Welcome to Portraits of Fatherhood: We’re telling the story of today’s dads. __ There is no better place to witness the changing roles of men and women in the larger culture than through the lens of parenthood. But rather than speculate on what and how contemporary fathers do what they do, we’d like to bring…
Babies—perfect. Toddlers: trying. But are three-year-olds just mercilessly impossible? Sarah Fader has the definitive answer. — I have two children. Before I had kids, everyone warned me about the terrible twos. Watch out, when your kid turns two they become wild and uncontrollable. All they say is “no” to everything and good luck, because that year…