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My sons and I just spent a week without mom. Much awesomeness happened.
Parental regret, I’ve had a few. But when it comes to the names of my children, je ne regrette rien. Not the same for other parents, however. Here’s how naming kids goes all wrong.
Netflix has released a fun trailer blasting cargo shorts. I don’t get it. Cargo shorts are awesome. I love my cargo shorts. Do you?
There is one thing all superheroes have in common. No matter their backstory or power, they all care. Empathy is the thing I hope my kids take from their superhero fantasies.
Is your kid a social media bully? If you’re not paying attention, you’ll never know. The simplest, mundane thing can quickly turn into so much more as I found out.
Being a parent is always an exercise in ad libbing. But there are certain things that seem to always cycle around. Check out these Dad Truths as interpreted by LEGO Minifigs.
Are modern dads “men?” What it means to be masculine and ‘be a man’ is changing as fatherhood evolves. Here are 7 dads doing fatherhood differently, and right.
The struggle is real. Even if you have $1M to spend on fertility treatments, like Tom Arnold did, you still create children that love Caillou.
Take it from an experienced parent who no longer has to feed his children – this is the best high chair. This Ikea high chair is the one you want, the one you need. Get it.
Everyone’s birth story is different. Some are easy, some are wild, some are unbelievable. Parenting is the best, it is the worst, it is unpredictable.
The hipster beard thing is over. It’s time to shave. If you’d like to be sexier and look younger, shave it off. Here’s how with the Schick Hydro 5 system.
TIL DEATH DO YOU PART Hearing it was easy, facing the end as a “dying dad” is entirely different. Here’s how Derek K Miller talked to his children about death. His own death.
I’m a dad blogger. I’m one of the few Canadian dad bloggers. I write about life with my kids as a diary, and as a way to reach out to other dads to become a better parent.
When it comes to report cards, the best reply to the results you can give your kids is ‘I believe in you.”
How do you divide chores in your marriage? Is it all hands on deck or do you stay in your lane? My wife and I have our own responsibilities. YMMV.
I don’t like stereotypically defined gender roles and try to avoid them with my sons, but sometimes boys will be boys.