5 True things about the first year of parenthood

5 True things about the first year of parenthood

if you are going to be a parent soon, know that it’s not going to be the same as it’s advertised in your social circles. There will be many things you hate and many things you like. So here are some true things about parenthood no one tells you about. Read more

5 Tips to Stay in Great Shape While Being a Father

5 Tips to Stay in Great Shape While Being a Father

In recent years the fitness industry has decided to focus a lot of time and money at getting new moms back in shape. There are mom and child workout classes, women’s only gyms that provide free daycare, and books and DVDs catered exclusively to moms. This is no bad thing, but what about dads?

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Teaching Your Kids About The Importance of Life Insurance

Teaching Your Kids About The Importance of Life Insurance

As a parent, your job is never over. Even when your kids grow up, move out of the house, and start lives of their own, they will always have questions to ask and need your help — it’s up to you to be able to assist them in any way possible. Though you aren’t going… Read more

5 Lessons Dental Hygiene Can Teach Us About Raising Teen Sons

5 Lessons Dental Hygiene Can Teach Us About Raising Teen Sons

Raising a son can be one of the most joyous, wonderful, and inspirational times of a parent’s life. There will be days, however, that you will feel like you’re stuck in a horrible nightmare. Once you get passed the adorable toddler years, where the main problem is your child’s runny nose or getting mud in… Read more

Three Main Fears of Single Dads

Three Main Fears of Single Dads

People have fears even when nothing threatens them, like war, hunger, or natural disasters. It does not matter to fear whether you are a man, or a woman, have children and not, whether you are single dad, or a single mum. It enters your mind and destroys peace there. More than that, according to studies, it… Read more

Spend Father’s Day differently this year

Spend Father’s Day differently this year

Our lives always seem to be so busy, and while sending a card for Father’s Day is a thoughtful thing to do, don’t get me wrong, quality time with dad is a much more valuable currency, especially if you haven’t seen him for a while or you live too far away to pop in for a coffee every week.

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Outraged Dads Fight Back Against Outdated ‘Clueless Babysitter’ Stigma

Outraged Dads Fight Back Against Outdated ‘Clueless Babysitter’ Stigma

The “Mr. Mom” trope is ridiculously outdated, according to many dads. In this day and age, fathers are expected — and want to — share equally in parental obligations. But according to some media outlets and clothing brands, dads are still considered to be babysitters. In a March 2017 article in People magazine, a reference… Read more