How on earth do parents know what to pick?
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An easy look at what makes a good school for your young child.
After I thought I was done with the worst stages.
An actively feminist father is the greatest gift any child can receive.
With Time, We All Heal I was exactly one day away from returning home from a work trip to Las Vegas when I was struck, and I do mean struck, by influenza. (And for those of you asking yourself right now if I was vaccinated, yes, I was.) The flu is no joke. If you…
Books for children are tackling heavier issues and that is a good thing.
Here are the pros and cons.
Raising toddler boys to have gentlemen values.
Joyce McFadden outlines ways fathers can be more communicative with their daughters about sexuality.
When is the right time?
How to combat the stereotypes that “classic” children’s books promote.
Here are the remaining 12.
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds With two toddlers sons, I see the full spectrum of good and bad behaviors. I also see their perceptions of their own behaviors, and their early differentiation between what is good and what is bad. So much of it hinges on what we, as their parents, teach them. The other…
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 10 The procedure was transactional—like getting a haircut, except the cutting was happening nowhere near my head. My doctor tried to ease the tension with pedestrian conversation, but the experience was still awkward for me. While he’s used to snipping a…
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 7 Back in the college days, one of my best friends and I were getting drunk at some kitschy bar in Austin when I noticed a needlepoint up on one of the walls. The framed oval read: “Anyone can be a…
Gentlemen in Training The Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 5 Raising toddlers, you quickly learn which fights need fighting. Consistent bed times and teeth brushing? A big yes. Putting toys away? A struggle, but worth it. Hot Wheels at the dinner table? Okay, just let them. Taking them away is not…