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Keeping a home office so you can properly work at home is key to keeping your sanity. Here’s how to do it.
Play dates are designed for the kids to have fun, but that doesn’t mean there can’t be dad friendly play dates that everyone can enjoy. Take a look at some of our favorite dad friendly play dates to spark your creativity.
Learning how to deal with failure is an important skill for both kids and parents to learn. How we bounce back says a lot about ultimately how successful we will be. Here are 5 tips to move you in a successful direction.
COVID-19 is an understandably scary topic to broach with your kids. Hopefully these tips will make it a bit easier.
Chromebooks are the heroes we need right now. But they can’t stand alone in the race for an efficient makeshift home office. With the pandemic
How much sleep Dads need is a factor of the baby’s sleep coefficient, divided by the mass of the sun multiplied by zero? Once you have a baby, you’re going to find out. I don’t think anything was as difficult when parenting a new baby as the sleep deprivation. Babies don’t work 9 to 5 jobs. They don’t really do clocks. When they’re hungry, they wake up. A hangry baby
When my first son was born I couldn’t even define “child rearing.” My wife had spent months reading “What to Expect When You’re Expecting.” I, on the other hand, had spent months in basic denial that this kid was going to change my life much at all. I really didn’t know what to expect about child rearing when my son was born. In my head, he was going to slot
One of the smartest things my wife and I did when our oldest son was big enough to start down the baby food path was to make baby food ourselves. There are a host (like a literal army) of reasons for this. Helping Mom was certainly near the top of this list. The thing we liked best was the ability to control what foods our son ate. In this age
Recently we looked at how new dads can step up in one of their most important jobs… helping new moms. It’s something that we’re going to look at quite often because it is so important. So here are 5 more ways Dads can help new Moms. 1. Be the One to Document This Experience Between the late nights, midnight feedings, early mornings, and just the rapidity at which these little