We have to be there for ourselves so we can be there for our kids, so parents — start caring for yourself.
Even in a diverse city, the difference in skin and hair color between me and my daughters makes people think I am their manny. Or worse.
After 3 years of remote work because of COVID, a return to the office full-time means again paying for child care and hours lost in traffic.
To our kids, our personalities when we are out of parent mode are mysterious. So would they like us if we weren’t their caretakers?
You can make more money but not more time, a ‘presence over presents’ message one father learned well from another who now needs help.
Modern dads are not clueless when it comes to child care. So why do so many women still think we need their help when we’re parenting?