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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 […]

Why We Should Be All In : An Interview with Josh Levs

by Chris Bernholdt
Why We Should Be All In: An Interview with Josh Levs

I had just listened to the keynote speaker at my very first Dad 2.0 Summit and I was so pumped up by what he had to say that I knew I needed to talk with him. Josh Levs talked about the changing perceptions of dads in the world today and he was interested in finding […]

My Fatherhood Story

by Justin Connors

I have thought about posting this for years but could never find the words. Today I just sat and wrote and the words came. This is my unconventional story of becoming a father. I walked down the quiet and empty hallway of my dorm building for the last time. My fingers lightly grazed the wall […]

What is Your Legacy: The 14th Annual Fathers Conference

by Mike Andrews Jr

For the past 3 years I have been fortunate to be able to attend the Father’s Conference put on by a wonderful Detroit based organization known at the Partnership for Dads. I arrived at the Oakland Schools building here in Oakland County, Michigan at 8:30am. Once I checked in the first thing I saw was the sparkling white […]

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 […]

What It Means To Be a Man

by Chris Bernholdt

Stay at Home Dads like myself are sick of being called babysitters. We are tired of the stink eyes at the park. We are frustrated with this belief that a man can’t be affectionate towards his kids. We are fed up with people who think dads who stay at home are babysitters and not primary […]

Stuff Dads Say : By Mark Vander Ley

by National At-Home Dad Network

Mark Vander Ley is a Christian husband, father, and therapist. He is passionate about helping parents navigate the sometimes-difficult path of parenthood.  Check out his new book caled Stuff Dads Say : The Most Important Messages From Dad. For the next few days his book will be available FREE as a downloadable Kindle version.

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 […]

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