His powers come from the love for his children.
Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
Putting kids to bed is so easy.
The depression you’re feeling now may have some harmful long-term effects on your son and any children you might have in the future.
Dude Dad takes us back to those magical and bodily fluid-filled days.
Forget who can change a diaper the fastest (this isn’t a competition!). Instead, think “How can I, as a father, maximize my time with my children?” Simple. Master your inner Dad clock. 1. ROUTINES RULE Boring as it may sound, routines make the world go ‘round. Kids, especially young children, need to know what’s coming…
War touches even those who don’t see combat.
Ignore the conventional wisdom.
Dude Dad Taylor Calmus and wife Heidi welcome their son into the world—and a YouTube star is born!
Len Lawson writes of what we endure when we lose a father early.
An old warrior’s will to ignore that sadness, and that fear, and all that self-doubt, and to find a way, somehow, to prevail.
I can’t wait for our next concert, but I’m totally wearing a helmet.
Daryl Muranaka remarks on how quickly an everyday situation can turn into a test of machismo.
This week, Dude Dad get painfully dirty—and sagacious—while talking fatherhood.
Is a man’s physical strength necessary for masculine identity today?
Kids are smarter than you can possibly imagine, but they want their parents to protect them from a scary and complicated world.