You have time to learn and time to make mistakes. The first three months are mostly just about poop, food and sleep.
Potty Training Requires Practice (and a Drop Cloth)
Here’s something really important to remember: You’re not “training him” to pee in the potty, you are help him practice skills. So forget the Cheerios in the toilet.
Dad Community Missed Most When Life Makes Other Plans
When a NYC Dads Group member moves to Denver, he finds the dad community he bonded with is what he misses most about the Big Apple.
Breadwinner of Family Important, Their Gender is Not
Reading reactions to the Pew Research Center study on women as primary breadwinner made me feel like I had been time-warped to the 1950s.
In Support of Mothers, Dr. Sears, and Attachment Parenting
WTF!? That’s the first thing that popped into my head and, simultaneously, out of my mouth when I saw the […]
It’s Time For Dads to Fight the War on Families
You’ve heard it every day, all over the news: There’s a war on families. But the ones most under attack are women: moms and otherwise.