By Seth Taylor
My father wasn’t mourning something he’d lost when I came out to him. He was mourning that my life as a gay man would be one of solitude and isolation.
Filed Under: gay parents
City Dads Group continues to grow, naming Charlotte, N.C., its 19th outpost and recently crossing the 5,000 member mark nationally.
Filed Under: announcements
So many great parenting podcasts, so little time. How is a mom or dad to find the ones right for them?
By Whit Honea
As a man lucky enough to work from home since my first son was born, I feel guilty that my children get a quantity of my time but not the quality of it.
There is the transition to underwear from pullups, the issue of making it through the night without wetting the bed, and then it’s mastering the finer details in, shall we say, “hygiene.”
If you haven’t introduced your kids to Star Wars yet, we’re going to assume that it’s only because he/she/they are still womb-bound. Or you that prefer Star Trek … weirdo. Regardless, it seems that teaching your kids […]
With young children, the experience of a parent’s can-do mentality can be invaluable, even if that parent can’t actually do something well. Children are not always ready for full transparency.
Filed Under: parenting advice