The Modern Dads Podcast
City Dads across the reflect on the music that inspires and informs their parenting.
The Parents Phrase Book author Whit Honea reveals the Ray Charles song that he uses to get his kids going in the morning.
#FatherhoodIsLit blogger James Lopez shares the parenting lessons he took from a Notorious B.I.G. song.
The Cipher Producer Josh Kross discusses the Pink Floyd song that he uses to encourage his son to take advantage of his time as a kid.
Designer Daddy Brent Almond tells us about a song he wrote for his son that made a big impact in their family’s life.
One Good Dad Jason Green points to a Rolling Stone song to tell us about how his dreams have changed since becoming a father.
Five of our City Dads from around the country join us to discuss the songs that have inspired and informed their parenting.
Health, work-life balance and caregiving roles took center stage in a one-day Dads + SocialGood summit and “new dad report” last week.
A father teaches his teen that driving, like life, is sometimes about trust in others as much as it is about your navigation skills.
By Jeff Bogle
It’s common for parents to say so but, honestly, it doesn’t seem like just yesterday. It’s far more like another lifetime ago.
We proudly partner with Dove Men+Care on its #ThereToCare campaign this Father’s Day to recognize coaches, teachers and other father figures.
By Whit Honea
Combining Grads and Dads is a bunch of crap. They each deserve their own holiday, and putting them together diminishes their respective importance
Being a modern dad in the 21st century means teaching your daughter how to do her fingernails so she can throw the perfect knuckleball.