I need to atone for some things. So sorry, Mom: I hope that by apologizing for my crazy kid mistakes will buy me some good parenting karma.
Feel free to praise a dad going above and beyond, but hold off when he is just parenting. Save some of that praise for the everyday tasks for the SuperMoms who does it every day with little appreciation.
I get that some people find it fetishizing and/or infantilizing. But is Mommy or Daddy such as a bad thing to be called by a loved one?
Fifth Trimester author Lauren Smith Brody discusses how to support moms wanting to go back to work after giving birth on the Modern Dads Podcast.
Advice from a woman who once spent Mother’s Day at a dilapidated horse track dressed in her gift: a purple sequined “jazz hat.”
What happens socially to a child if the mother huddle congregating at the local playground or coffee shop excludes a stay-at-home dad?