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A Worry Free Ten Years

by Chris Bernholdt

Imagine your child was just recently born and you had a guarantee for the next 10 years that you wouldn’t have to do anything to keep him or her safe. Impossible right? I think from the moment of conception, we as parents start to worry. Will we be good parents? Will we know all the […]

Dear Dad, Your Child Has Lice

by Chris Bernholdt

There are a lot of new things that come along with the beginning of the new school year. New routines, riding the school bus for the first time, and your child spending all their time away from you while you finally are able to get things done around the house. Let that sink in for […]

Stay Alone Dad

by Bryan Alkire

Once again my wife is leaving on a work trip. Her job takes her all over the US to different offices and for days at a time. (or almost the entire month of August, God Help me) This means that I become a temporary single parent. 24/7 I am the last line of defense between […]

Are You Sharing Too Much?

by Bryan Alkire

Are you sharing too much? Am I sharing too much? I mean a quick search of my name and you will find a Facebook page, a Twitter account, an Instagram account, and my personal blog.  On all of them, you will find stories, details, and pictures of my family. Any number of people can, with only a little bit of research, […]

The Rise of Fathers Eve

by Pat Jacobs
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It all started back in 2012 when John Francis simply wanted to get some fellow dads together on the night before Father’s Day to drink some beer eat some snacks and watch some baseball. “We just hung out. It was very simple, very easy and it was a lot of fun. The coolest part was […]

A Convention for the People, by the People

by Chris Bernholdt

I happened upon the National At Home Dad Network Convention by chance. I had been feeling alone after moving to a city where I didn’t know anyone craving contact from other stay at home dads like myself. The hard part was finding them. I thought to myself that surely there must be some sort of […]

The #1 Mistake We Made As New Parents and How We Fixed It

by Tanel Jappinen

Becoming new parents is one of the best things that has happened to us, but it almost cost us our marriage. I’ve been in a romantic relationship with my wife since high school – that’s 14 years! I’ve never considered us a “model couple,” but we’ve always matched well. We laugh and have fun together, we’re […]

Boys, Come Date My Daughters

by Chris Bernholdt

I grew up in a house full of brothers. There were black eyes and broken windows, a garage overflowing with every sports related implement and a fridge that had to be stocked constantly as our bodies grew and our appetites remained ravenous. When I became a father for the first time I was somewhat relieved […]

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