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.
I don’t like stereotypically defined gender roles and try to avoid them with my sons, but sometimes boys will be boys.
Pink Shirt Day is coming up on February 24. Over the next week, I need your help to make a #PinkShirtPromise. Make it with and to your kids.
Sexist superhero jammies have been in the news this week as bloggers debated pros and cons and sexism. Then I found the best superhero onesie ever. Or did I?
A Crock of Schmidt joins the DadCAMP blogging community with this story about teaching his son to always be nice to girls. Welcome aboard, Jamie!
I have two boys. And I’m thrilled. As it was once put to me, when you have a boy you don’t need to worry about …
We all love our kids. It’s undeniable. Even the two parents my wife saw smoking outside the Walmart exhaling cancer in the face of their …
Something I sometimes wonder about, as the father of two boys (a 4 yr old and a 10 month old), is the kind of messages …