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More often than I’d like to admit, my sons have encountered ignorant bigotry from their peers. It’s tough being the pace setter, but someone has to.
Today the longest sentence I have ever commuted as a parent ends. Zacharie has been grounded for 3 months, but today he’s free. I don’t …
Family vacations are great, but so is taking time away from parenting and going on vacation for yourself. I’m on vacation this week and I don’t miss my kids (all the time).
The biggest thing a dad wants to be to his kids is their superhero. We give so much, we just want to have a little of that superherodad love in return.
It’s not enough to say you will end bullying, we need to give our kids the tools to empower themselves to be empathetic in the face of adversity. To end bullying, we need to talk.
When should kids be allowed to play Fortnite? Here are the pros and cons and the process I took when seeing if the game was right for my sons.
Here are some great options from TELUS On Demand to settle in and watch the movie YOU want to watch. Enough of the superhero stuff, it’s time for a Mom and Dad Movie Night.
There’s something you need to know about bringing toddlers to Disneyland: they won’t remember a thing. Your vacation will be an ‘in the moment’ celebration, but you won’t be building lifelong memories.
Ben Mulroney took a stand for parents’ rights this week blasting the Girl Scouts for advocating teaching kids about consent. He couldn’t be more wrong ever.
Thanks to Philips OneBlade for inspiring me to spend some one-on-one time with the males in my life talking, and shaving.
Do you hope your kids will follow your career path and take up the family business? I just want my boys to be happy, but it sure made me proud when Charlie was a media pro for a day.
Nobody ever talks about personal life and family life balance. Starting a dad blog helped me find mine.
Do you teach your kids about stranger danger or stranger trust? My kid got lost this week and a stranger helped him. Because of course they did.
The reason we have kids is to do things for us. Like bring us beer.
It’s a simple lesson that I learned from my grandfather and father. One I’ve not always implemented well, but is so simple.
I got a stunning realization at my high school reunion this weekend: people don’t really change all that much. Who you are in Grade 9 is who you likely are, for the rest of our life.