Posts tagged with ‘kids’

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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 […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Rooks and Vets

Are you a rookie Dad or a seasoned veteran Dad when comparing yourself to the other parents during pickup at the schools final bell?  I was talking to a mom recently at final bell and her eldest boy had his first Prom last month as she got teary eyed in the process of telling me. […]

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