The Importance of “The Wives”

by Aknapitsch

I’m blessed with a good-sized circle of friends.  Work friends, friends from church, friends in our neighborhood, etc.  Despite all this, some of my most valuable friendships are those with the other wives from playgroup.  We call ourselves the “Sugar Mommas”.  It’s an interesting group.  We’ve got a wide variety of ages, careers, interests, personalities […]

Fast and Easy Homemade Pizza

by David White

As a full-time SAHD, I often find myself stuck with some undesirable tasks.  One task that falls into our laps sometimes is cooking.  I don’t always cook dinner, but my wife sure does like to come home on busy days and not have to worry with cooking.  It’s so hard to find quick, simple, and […]

Evolution of Daddy’s Driving

by Charles Wasleski

I know how it is when you are young and full of energy. Full of vim and vigor. Bursting at the seams. Just waiting to get out there.  Show off for your friends.  Impress the girls.  Scare your parents. You just got your drivers license. You get in the car.  Fasten your seat belt. Wave […]

Life-Altering: The 16th Annual At-Home Dads Convention

by Al Watts

Life-altering, that’s what the At-Home Dads Convention is. Very few moments in our lives are truly life-altering. The first day you drove a car by yourself, the first time you met your wife, the first time your daughter grasped your pinky finger in her tiny hand. These are life-altering events from which you will never […]

Registration Now Open

by Shannon Carpenter

You should go to the stay at home dad convention.  That doesn’t sound very convincing then.  Ok the, let’s try to do the whole Moses coming down from the mountain top then. YOU SHOULD GO TO THE CONVENTION AND LEARN HOW TO BE A BETTER FATHER.  GO, YOUNG GENTLEMEN, GO AND BE EDUCATED! Much better. […]

YMCA and Doing It Right

Another summer is upon up, sweet! Something even sweeter is the age appropriate Y summer camp for the kiddos! Even for the younger set, they offer a two or three time a week Toddler Time for developing social interaction skills and for the older wild bunches they offer a complete day camp complete with field […]

My New Laptop is Lonely

by Al Watts

A couple months ago I purchased my first laptop computer. (I got a MacBook Pro… love it!). The reason wasn’t because my old desktop PC was performing badly or that I needed a built-in webcam (although it is pretty sweet). Nope. I needed it so I could keep track of our kids better. Our desktop […]