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Snappy Answers to Stupid At-Home Dad Questions

by Kevin McKeever

Much to my mother’s chagrin, I owe a great deal of my sarcastic sense of humor to my childhood overindulgence in the usual gang of idiots at Mad Magazine. Where would I have been without Al Jaffee’s back page fold-in, Mort Drucker’s movie and TV satires, Sergio Aragones’ margin gags, Don Martin’s “Adventures of Captain Klutz” and the rest? Probably on […]

Help Dads Who Change Diapers

by Scotty Schrier

Dreams are funny things. They drive us, ethereal as they may be. They give us something semi-tangible to shoot for. If we didn’t all have dreams, we wouldn’t have New Year’s Resolutions. Those are just little dreams we’d like to achieve. But, sometimes we have bigger ones. Back in 2009, I had a vision. It […]

Learn As We Teach

by Scotty Schrier
Scotty Schrier: Learn as we teach

A while back, I talked about my son schooling me. And it seems like he’s taking the old man back to school again. Well, it’s not like he’s teaching me any grand new lessons or anything. No, my two-year old took me back to 1992 for some remedial relearning. He reminded me of a time […]

1983 was Mr. Mom’s Year; 2013 it’s Dad’s

by Chris Bernholdt

Back in 1983, the cell phone on the left was the norm but so was calling a dad who stays at home a “Mr. Mom.” Looking at the two cell phones in a side by side comparison, we have come pretty far. As cell phones have evolved, so have the roles of fathers in their […]

National At-Home Dad Network Partnering with Dad 2.0

by National At-Home Dad Network
Dad 2.0 Summit

The National At-Home Dad Network will be partnering with the Dad 2.0 Summit, the premier dad blogger conference to be held Jan. 31 – Feb. 2, 2013 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Houston, TX. And, as a special gift to you this holiday season, tickets are a whopping 35% off through the National At-Home […]

Green Eggs and Painting

by Shannon Carpenter

I’m being a bit cranky.  In fact, I’m being a down right ass today.  It’s not even a righteous anger, an anger that you can get behind.  An anger that has some sort of morality basis to it.  Like when I’m angry that my sports team loses because they can’t find it in their hearts […]

Fathering and Child Care: One in the Same? Part 1

by Dr. Mike Bonner

Mike Bonner, Ph.D. has a doctorate in Educational Psychology, with a specialization in organizational development. In the past, he has served as a practicing school psychologist, a university faculty, a full-time stay-at-home dad. He now balances his work with his family, which is comprised of a full-time working wife and two children, ages 9 and […]

The Importance of the Hammer

by Shannon Carpenter

“Put down the hammer” I tell my 5 year old daughter.  She is not sure if she is going to obey me yet, you can see her working it out.  Option 1 is that she could put down the hammer and go get the chainsaw.  Of course the chainsaw can do way more damage if […]

Empty Nest

by RFarrell

Are men supposed to have the empty-nest syndrome? I’m starting to think that we are. The first day of my boys going back to school, I was fairly well put together, until I got home. My wife was gone at work, my step-son was nowhere to be found, and I was all alone in the […]

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