A dad who walked Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for a nonprofit camp that helps children of adults with cancer recounts the 84-mile journey.
Filed Under: outreach
Our family dog became the sweet but bizarre passion of my daughter’s piano teacher, resulting in the “world premiere” of a song composed about him.
Filed Under: entertainment
We talk to ‘Good Dog, Happy Baby’ author Michael Wombacher about teaching parents how to prepare their dogs for a baby coming into their lives.
The most surreal, vitriolic presidential campaign of our lifetime is providing their political indoctrination. How will it affect their world view?
Fact: I have lost more friends becoming a gay parent than I have coming out as gay in the first place. Some straight, some gay but I have no regrets.
Filed Under: gay parents
Dallas Dads Group co-organizer believes businesses must look at what parental leave means to not only a father but the mother as well as the business.
Filed Under: analysis
By Seth Taylor
When teen daughter has summer plans only to sleep in, dad starts to question whether he failed her by not have mid-year adventures planned.
Filed Under: teens / tweens