Helping fathers across the nation socialize and support one another.
Saying I’m sorry quickly to my family whenever I screw up is one aspect of my parenting and married life that I feel like I am always getting right.
As Pandemic Mother’s Day 2020 approaches, we offer tips on making her day without you leaving home (though she might get out for a bit).
The rolling, the changing of armies, the decision making — the game Risk can be just interminable. Unless you have the luck of the roll.
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My son knows he’s better than me at video games. But I also know something he doesn’t, which is bigger than the giant spider thing that almost eats my face.
Work-at-home dad finds his home office part of a whole-home home office as he, his wife and kids invade his once tranquil work.
By Andrew Knott
The weather is great, his kids happy, homeschooling is going well … but this dad’s real worry about coronavirus is that his wife works in a hospital.
The line parents walk when talking honestly of life and death to their children is tricky. We must protect them but not make them fearful of everything.