“Do you know what it is like to have a child with Autism?” You were not rude when you asked the question. In fact, you were quite sincere. Your daughter could not have been more than five years old. She was beautiful and looked scared that I was at the table. She looked like she thought she was in trouble.
By Nick Geurts. Why this dad is quitting smoking. For good.
Each Valentine’s Day, my daughters and I put our finest clothes on for the Father-Daughter Dance at our local YMCA.
Here’s a list of new things to try to get your old groove back.
I’m determined not to be ordered around by a two-year-old.
Watch the video on how to appreciate the moment.
Not that distance is the only measure of wisdom. There’s knowing the way, too.
I never got the handbook on how to raise a black boy in America, but I remember the words my father said to me.
I realized that the very act of parenthood was more complicated than a single emotion.
While I know you won't understand this now, at some point in the future, I want you to know I'm sorry for all of the misses and all the ways I have not been able to be there for you.