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Talking to Your 5-10 Year About Divorce
Being a father, breaking the news to your children can be a daunting task.
Vaccines for Children: Separating the Facts from Fiction
Across the globe, diseases that had almost been eradicated are beginning to resurface.
Here's Why I Appreciate Other Adults Disciplining My Kids
Our cousin's fiancée firmly said to my son "Kieran, NO. We don't do that."
How to Stop Your Child from Swearing
Even if you avoid using abusive language and gestures at home, they will pick up some up as they grow older.
Commercial Surrogacy: Exploring the Ethics
Should Indian parents alone have access to commercial surrogacy or should it be a strictly regulated industry?
Bath Time Safety - Newborn to Age 5
Top safety tips and facts to help fathers navigate these potentially challenging waters
Ten Signs Your Child May Have Anxiety
If your little one is displaying any of the below symptoms, I urge you to consider the possibility.
Parenting - What Happened to Adult Conversation?
Man, I used to be so damn good at this. I used to be the best at being an extroverted introvert.
Should You Apologize to Your Child?
Do not be afraid to say sorry to your children. No matter how young.
When I was young, I, like many reading this, was a Thomas the Tank Engine superfan.
Weathering the Storm
Most behavioral issues with my children, I chalk up to them being three.
4 Types of Grocery Shopping Mothers
I love watching other mamas shop at my local supermarket. It's where our true selves come out to play.
Our Morning Ritual
The simple sentiments that I shared with my sons the first day that I dropped them off at preschool.
The Pressure To Have Kids
It all started on our wedding day – we were reminded that it was time to get cracking on that baby making.
It's Time to Stop Teaching Our Children Gender Bias
"Look everyone, a boy with a ponytail."
Your Child at 4 Years - Growth, Development and Concerns
Parents need to track their children’s development milestones and discuss concerns with their child's doctor.
Little Wheels Big Hearts 2020
This is a time when Little Wheels Big Hearts is needed the most.
Where Is the Balance?
Did you know that the average American spends 53 minutes a DAY on Facebook?
Popeye The Racist Sailor
Their made-up “durka-durka” caricature of a language wasn’t at all helpful!
Hope In A Time of Crisis
Our children's education has come to a screeching halt, transformed from what it used to be.
Reclaiming My Identity
Motherhood can be isolating, lonely, and thankless.
Take Me Out To The Ballgame
It is such an amazing sight to watch your child experience something so grand for the first time.
Reframing the Screen Time Paradigm - Q&A with Jordan Shapiro
It’s doesn’t help to say that screens are bad. They aren’t going anywhere.
This day turned out to be a double win for me.
I Love You
“Why didn’t you hug your dad when you said goodbye?” she asked.
I will admit that I don’t always fulfill my aspirations to be kind.
Where do Dads go for Mental Health advice?
We need to start addressing this silent epidemic of paternal depression.
My Grandmother’s last act in her very long career as a nurse was carrying me out of the hospital.
A Little Perspective
I was 10 years old the first time my Boy Scout troop visited the battlefield at Gettysburg.
A Night Away
Working from home and being the primary caretaker of my children is often the Life of Riley.
A Quick Christmas Gift Guide For Sport Mad Kids
Buying gifts for children is so much fun, especially if they have a hobby or interest.