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If I can do it…

by Greg Tysowski

“I don’t know how you do it! I would be so useless at this baby stuff.” That was probably the number one thing I heard come out of men’s mouths when I told them what I did for a living. Sure, a few guys admitted that they would love a shot at being the parent […]

Dadvice: What is A Good Age to Take Your Child to the Movies?

by Kevin Zelenka
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With the release of latest in the Star Wars saga, it’s a very popular question, but one that doesn’t have a definitive answer. It’s similar to asking what the best type of food is. Everyone is going to have a different opinion based on their own experiences. (Even though we all know the correct answer […]

Dadvice: How Do You Make Your Children Share?

by Kevin Zelenka
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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 […]

What Can I Do About Sibling Rivalry?

by Kevin Zelenka

Coincidentally coinciding with National Bullying Awareness Month, Dadvice received a letter from a dad at the end of his rope: Dear, Fed. Wow. I don’t envy you in the least. One of the hardest battles we have as a parent is keeping our kids safe. If we only knew that we’d have to keep them […]

The Healthiest Fast Food Restaurants for Kids

by RC Liley
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After extensive research and numerous comparison tests, I have compiled the healthiest fast food restaurants for our children. To some, the results might be shocking, while it may come as no surprise to others. With all of the claims made on billboards, tv, and magazines, it’s hard to know what truly is best when it comes […]

Ditch the Gym Membership: Staying in Shape as a SAHD

by B.K. Mullen
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Since I started staying home I’ve had to ditch my usual work out routine at the local gym. No more treadmill, or weight training or anything like that. So I decided to find simple things around the house that would keep me active throughout the day. Surprisingly, it’s all quite simple stuff that’s easy to […]

Dadvice: Potty Training

by National At-Home Dad Network
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Potty training is one of the most challenging and stressful things… for the parents. For a kid, diapers are a pretty sweet deal, when you think about it. You don’t have to stop playing because somebody else is going to clean up your mess. Why would you want to give that up? Maybe that is […]

Dadvice: Is Roughhousing With Your Kids OK?

by Chris Bernholdt

— As dads we have all done this at some point. I think it is a rite of passage for most men and their kids. Roughhousing. I know that I have been guilty of throwing my kids up as high as I possibly can and catching them, something you don’t normally see with moms. How […]

How To Make A Yoda Cake

by Mrogers

My son wanted a Star wars cake for his birthday. Being a Dad and thus the maker of miracles meant a sheet cake with the words “May the force be with you” wasn’t going to cut it. If my son wanted the force to be with him on his birthday then he was going to […]

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