By Todd Smith. Last year, I bought my son Murphy an iPod for Christmas, and imagined that we would spend endless hours together listening to my vinyl records.
By Bob Wire. When the cat’s gone, the mice will eat kale.
By Bob Wire. Make no mistake, parenting is rewarding, but it’s also serious business with a constant onslaught of surprises and dilemmas.
By Andrew Davidson. For me I have a new awareness for the preciousness of life and time with my children and family. I don’t know what path lies ahead of me. I am focused on getting this cancer out and healing. I am told that it will be a pretty significant recovery.
By David Vienna. If the teen developmental stage of reacting negatively to society is truly a common one, if all of us are at some point destined to lampoon culture as we see it, modern teens will be rebutting a parody of the world.
A stay-at-home dad challenges mothers and fathers to move beyond what has been the cultural norm of gender roles in parenting.
A dad's perspective about shopping with his wife and daughters.
Dad wishes that her daughter would have inherited her mother's even-keeled demeanor and not his neuroses.
Dad reconciles his teenage daughter dating by recalling his own teenage years.
I see articles all the time about working moms. They're frazzled, trying to balance home life and a career. They're under-appreciated, overworked, and stressed. Ladies, you're not alone. Every morning at daycare I see a herd of men dropping off their kids.