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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 […]

Hear us speak at Dad 2.0!

by National At-Home Dad Network
Dad 2.0 Summit

The National At-Home Dad Network is proud to announce board members Al Watts and Hogan Hilling will be breakout panelists at the Dad 2.0 Summit, held Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at the Four Seasons in Houston, TX. It’s just another example of how Dad 2.0, the nation’s premiere dad blogging conference, and the National […]

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. […]

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 Trouble With Toilet

by Charles Wasleski

I went into the toilet training of my second child much like the first.  Calmly. I did what I thought were the same things.  I encouraged, but didn’t push. I bribed, but I didn’t threaten.  I asked, but I didn’t beg. Well, now I am begging. PLEASE!!!!!  PLEASE!!!  PLEASE!!! Take a poop in the toilet!!!! A dump […]

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 […]

Stay-At-Home Dads More Likely to Divorce?

by Al Watts

Time’s Healthland reported last month that stay-at-home dads are more likely to divorce. It is NOT TRUE. What’s even worse is the title they chose for the URL. That is downright shameful. The article, which has been picked up by several other sources, refers to a study led by Dr. Liana Sayer of Ohio State […]

Traveling With Children

by RFarrell

By the time the plane touched down we were all exhausted. The screaming was non-stop, piercing, and maddening. I had a strange calm about the entire ordeal though. It was a “been there, done that,” type of feeling. To add to this young mother’s stress level there was a bit of turbulence on this particular […]

TV and Kids: Against Parent Recommendations

by Charles Wasleski

It has been stated in numerous tests, reports, polls, and surveys that too much T.V. can negatively affect a child’s development. Children under 18 months old should not watch T.V.  But here’s a shelf full of Baby Einstein videos. Children under 3yrs old should only watch only a half hour of T.V. a day.  Then why […]

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