To expect or not to expect, Children will be children…

by Bboisvert

I often think to myself, “Am I expecting too much?” It seems as though the answer would be a simple one after so many years of parenting, but no such luck! Watching my children grow and develop through the years has given me something I couldn’t possible put into the right words but it hasn’t […]

The Honey Do List Vs. The Daddy Do List

by Diva
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How many of you have heard the following from your wife: “The car needs to get waxed” or ” The lawn needs mowing” or “When are we going to get that wall painted”. At the same time as a father, you also hear: “Daddy, do this…”, “Daddy play with me!”, “Daddy, let’s ride bikes”. This […]

Volunteering

by fleetsuper

Hi Folks, Wow, a month has gone by already and the launch of the website and blog have had some great reactions, reviews and accepted right away as a place to go for help managing the stay at home dad world. We hope to continue to build on this success and keep things fresh and […]

My Life As A Home School Dad

by Dave Roller
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When I write, I like to start with a killer opening, a real attention getter that has the reader salivating to see more.  This will have to suffice. What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the term home schooling?  What images come to your mind?  Does it sound abnormal to […]

Dear Mom, It’s almost Mother’s Day again

by Msager
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Dear Mom, It’s almost Mother’s Day again I remember when you died Mom, it was ten years ago next month. It is easy to remember. You died in 2000 on Mother’s Day. So, with great fanfare I am reminded every year as the entire world sends cards, flowers, candy and whatever to their mother celebrating, […]

Review of “The Evolution of Dad”

by Al Watts

Last week I was given a unique opportunity to view an advanced screening of the documentary, “The Evolution of Dad,” and more than once I had to wipe a tear from my eye. It made me think about the kind of dad my dad was and the kind of dad I am to my kids. […]

The At Home Dad’s Guide To Garage Sales

by Paul Schwartz

Garage sale season is upon us so here are some helpful hints and guidelines for your bargain hunting.  Everyone needs a bargain in today’s economy and since most of us are on one income we need to be thrifty with our dwindling after tax dollars. First off you need to be organized and have a […]

The Importance of Dad’s Night Out

by lsomerfeld

Most dads groups around the country have some form of a dads’ night out – sporting events, camping trip, fishing, dinner out, bowling, or hanging out in someone’s man-cave. If you are a new group who haven’t ventured to do it yet or an existing group that haven’t done it in a while, it’s time […]

Jump-Rope-a-Thon is a priority, according to my dad!

by Mbecker

Well, for the first time I had to make a decision to have my daughter skip a basketball game in favor of her dance team practice. Did I like to make this decision…no. Was it the right decision…yes. I say it was the right decision, but I am not sure I really believe that. For […]

Blogging the Word, Bringing It On and Being Awesome

In order to Bring It On With Style you need to practice what you preach, you got the time, and you got the motivation every time you look down and see that precious smile and those eyes. Just do it! Soon you will develop your speech and have your standard opening, standard closing to the point where you just have to tweak the content to your audience with an accompanying slideshow

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