Some dads are born to stay at home, say achieve it, and some have it thrust upon them.
Mark Spellun takes a look at the demographics of parent bloggers and wonders, “Where are the daddy voices?”
The Rock Father finds himself embroiled in overinflated backlash between consumers and the marketers who love us
Dan Coxon is lucky.
“It’s refreshing to see these guys take the public perception of parents into their own hands.”
Jim Griffioen photographs city houses slowly being reclaimed by the wild.
On their last trip to a neighborhood park, Jerry Mahoney finally gives in and lets his twin toddlers run free
Today we offer you 10 of our favorite stories from Dads, about being a father and what fatherhood means to them. These stories are funny, touching, sad and above all, honest.
John Taylor wants his children to be known for their greatness, not fame or wealth or prestige, but for their greatness of character. For that to happen, he knows he has to do better himself.
Jerry Mahoney recalls the time his son pushes his twin sister off a stage, the subsequent trip to the hospital, and the lessons they learned… The grownups, at least.
Mark Greene is fed up with the binary generalizations that run rampant in articles like Ms. Pollitt’s.
Life of Dad details 8 ways to spend time with your kids on Father’s Day without breaking the bank.
It’s not the first time at-home dad Andy Hinds has gotten angry, nor is it the first time his daughter has cried… But it’s the first time her tears were his fault.
When one gender is put on a pedestal in the world of parenting, it just makes everything worse.
Jerry Mahoney thinks it’s about time nature’s most maligned car got a little respect.
Jay Palter explains why it’s crucial to have one-on-one alone time with each of your children.