The Only Dad.

by Bryan Alkire

Sometimes I forget. Sometimes I get too comfortable and accustomed to my usual play groups. Sometimes it just slips my mind that I am the only dad. My daughters and I tend to frequent the same classes and parks. We are known there. It isn’t a big deal that I am the only dad. But when we go […]

All In A Day’s Work

by Joël Lëoj
holiday traditions

Spin spin… glitter flash… It’s beginning to look a lot like… I didn’t ask for that sized box… Would you like to donate to… Deck the halls with… Hannukah… Holidays… Girl Scouts… holiday show… my husband’s birthday… my mother in law has her birthday before… my anniversary and my wedding anniversary in the same month, […]

Dadvice: How Do You Make Your Children Share?

by Kevin Zelenka

Dear Dadvice, How do you make your children share? I’m afraid to take my daughter on playdates where they have toys because she often gets ahold of something and won’t let it go. Any advice you could give would be appreciated! ~ Tug-o-war dad One of the questions I’ve been asked a lot lately by […]

Meet-A-Dad: Tony Hernandez

by Darrell Humphrey

Let me introduce to you Tony Hernandez: How many kids do you have and what are their ages? One son at age 7. We are older parents. Our son was born when most other parents our age were sending their kids off to college. What does your spouse/partner do? My wife is a medical malpractice […]

Coming Home from the 2015 National At-Home Dads Convention

by Danny Mercer
at home dad convention

I’m driving home from my first National At-Home Dad Network Convention, high as a kite. I can’t stop talking about it and, fortunately, I have my wife with me to smile and nod at my enthusiasm. I leap from one subject to the next, remembering the sessions and interactions and just the general feeling of […]

The Not-Its Go To India : Delhi Belly

by Chris Bernholdt

With the Buddy Daddy Family festival finished, Danny and the The Not-Its have ventured out into Delhi to explore everything around them before they head home. Read about THE SHAKEDOWN from yesterday’s post on City Dads Group and find out what Danny ends up doing by himself while in India. Day 8 by Danny Adamson  […]

The Not-Its Go To India : Exploring With the Kids

by Chris Bernholdt

Day 6 by Danny Adamson  Today is Monday, November 16th and the plan is to leave the hotel by 6:30am, drive 3 to 4 hours to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, then same day drive 4 to 5 hours to Jaipur, where we will stay for a couple of nights. We […]

A Thank You to My Wife and Working Parents Everywhere

by Bryan Alkire

  To My Wife, Thank you. I really mean it, thank you. Sometimes, as I focus on my life as a Stay At Home Dad and the sacrifices I have made in this role, I lose sight of the sacrifices you have made. I get wrapped up in the kids, their appointments and play dates. […]

The Not-Its Go To India – Busy Rocking Out

by Chris Bernholdt

                            If you’ve ever been on vacation with the kids you know that anything can happen. Nothing is more disconcerting than dealing with your little ones in a strange place away from the comforts of home.  You’re on vacation and you want […]

That’s So Wow!

by Joël Lëoj

As most of my friends and family know, I volunteer a lot at my children’s school. That is an opportunity afforded to me by my husband since we both decided that I would be a stay-at-home dad and take care of our children. So, I became very involved at their school. Now, how involved, well […]