You can’t get back moments already missed, but you can make new ones you — and your children — won’t ever forget just by being present.
I’m serious. I truly want NOTHING for Father’s Day. In fact, I want the following, specific “NOTHINGS” …
Little eyes and ears are focused on us at home even more than usual these pandemic days. Set the example you want them to imitate.
A new book, What Girls Need, offers tips to help daughters (and sons) learn to speak up and be recognized in a competitive world.
Does acquiring more power tools specific to achieving lawn perfection mean you are become one of those “yard dads”? Yeah, we think so.
Shame on all dads if this COVID-19 shut-in doesn’t forever close the gender gap with our wives in the battle for household-related and childcare equity.