Feed the Baby

by Aknapitsch

This is part one of a multi-part series on nutrition and children. Stay tuned for older babies, toddlers and big kids! There are a myriad of choices to make when it comes to feeding your baby! Breast or bottle? Soy formula or regular? I’m going to try to dispel a bit of the mystery and […]

A Royal Chance

by Shannon Carpenter

Something big is coming boys, something huge.  It will blow your mind.  You may have heard about it, but you may have not.  Either way, it will rock the SAHD world.  This could be the most improtant event of your career as a stay at home dad.  When people ask you where you were, you […]

Have You Ever Wondered, What Does A Dads Group Do?

by lsomerfeld

From the Desk of: NYC Dads Group I am often asked the question, what do you and your son do with your NYC Dads Group?  My response is usually, “what don’t we do?”  Many fathers out there like going about their business flying solo with their kids and often not asking for directions- cool, I […]

Autism and Fatherhood

by Stuart Duncan

Parenthood is scary for most guys, it’s more of a commitment than marriage. Suddenly you’re responsible for shaping the future this little person’s entire life… what you do or don’t do will have an effect on who this person will grow up to be. Then you find out that your child has special needs, like […]

Web Wanderings

by GWashington

~Let’s start off with some drugs: Teaching Kids How To Swallow A Pill ~Grab your hand sanitizer!: Carts one of dirtiest places in grocery store, study says 72% of the carts had a positive marker for fecal bacteria. Yikes!!! ~Notice the super market trips getting more pricey?  Here are 10 Tips to Save Money on […]

The Earnestness of Being Important

by Captain Dad

I sympathize with those supposedly vapid housewives circa 1960. It’s not that they were vapid, they just sounded that way. I know because I’m becoming one of them, except with chest hair. My wife comes home at night with talk of her day, meeting Very Important People and talking about Very Important Things. Even the […]

Note to Parents: Get off the Cell Phone

by Al Watts

Originally posted on Momaha.com. The other day I received the following note from our son’s preschool: “Dear Parents, We would like to address an issue that we feel very strongly about… cell phones. We are asking that when dropping off or picking up children or attending an event here, you refrain from being on your […]

At Home Dad’s Guide To Garage Sales

by Mfreyermuth

Garage sale season is upon us so here are some helpful hints and guidelines for your bargain hunting.  Everyone needs to stretch their budget a little these days and what better way to do that than to hit some garage sales to pick up some items for your family. First off you need to be […]

Time Share Wife

by Charles Wasleski

I have a timeshare wife No, this does not mean I am on the wrong side of a Big Loveepisode. It just means that I have to share my wife with the other parts of her life. It wasn’t all at one.  This came on very gradually. After we got married, I just had to share […]

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