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Christmas dad jokes? Seriously? No, funny. That’s why they call ’em jokes, folks. C’mon. We’ve done Halloween and Thanksgiving dad jokes already, so you should have been expecting these. Thus, through the miracle of Google, […]
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When something is geared toward black fathers – or any group – it’s there to fulfill the need for specific and authentic to them.
Apologizing when you are wrong doesn’t make you weak or soft. It makes you human. We should not offer an apology because we want forgiveness.
Filed Under: parenting styles
Fathers in the Seattle, Olympia and Tacoma, Washington, areas can now be part of the Puget Sound Dads Group, our newest chapter in the Pacific Northwest.
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Is your family generally optimistic? In today’s anxiety-inducing culture, optimism can be elusive — especially for kids. Fortunately, a new book titled Making Lemonade: Teaching Young Children to Think Optimistically can help parents nurture their […]
If we want boys and girls to see each other as equals rather than potential hookups, mixed gender sleepovers at a young age may set a good example.
Forget the mac and cheese. The Adventurous Eaters Club, a cookbook by actor Misha Collins and his wife, aims to diversify your child’s eating habits.