Should voting like Dear Old Dad become a relic on the trash heap of history?
I used to hear people say you should be required to pass a test or take a class to be a parent, I never understood why—now I understand and agree with them.
His powers come from the love for his children.
Unless you have children, you have no idea what it’s like to ride this crazy roller coaster we call FATHERHOOD.
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…
Following the Mets is a simple joy worth keeping hold of as the complexities of adult life fill in around it.
Teach your sons to be better.
Ignore the conventional wisdom.
Remember when your birthday or Christmas used to take forever to arrive? Why was that? Simple: you had never experienced a year, and so those early years, when you didn’t know what time was, a year felt like an eternity. Over time, you grasped what the days and minutes added up to, and now Christmas…
From generation to generation: what lessons are you passing down to your son?
For three generations of men, the journey traveled will be more important than the destination.
I understood fatherhood in a new light when my own father broke down as I left our home.
Rest easy, Number 16.
1. MAKE A BUDGET A little extra time in your life bank feels just as good as a little extra cash in your wallet. So, imagine creating a daily or monthly budget where you designate amounts of time you need for certain activities. A visual look at what you currently spend your time on, and…
For a kid growing up without a dad you sometimes find yourself, usually subconsciously, bonding with surrogates
However you choose to look at it, you need a family vacation.