Stay-at-home moms and dads know what a rewarding job parenting is, but has those moments when they go around the bend a bit, at any job! One saucy dad channeled his energy into this amazing imgur post.
Shaving, dancing and more hilarious things your hubby and baby are doing when you're not at home.
Father's Day is for dads. That must mean if you're divorced from your kids' father, you can sit back, relax, and not have to worry about organizing gifts and festivities for the day, right? Wrong.
I get to say I am one of the lucky ones to have been born to a great Dad. I did nothing to deserve a Dad so kind and loving so I am not trying to brag, it just happens to be the lucky hand I was dealt. Besides being a great Dad, the kind that always made time for his kids and showed an unprecedented amount of patience and creativity, he continues to be one of my best friends.
In my 15-year career, I've worked in a wide variety of offices. Across the board, there is an unwritten rule—as there should be—that a working mother must always be there for her children first and foremost. The problem is: dads don't get the same treatment.
Congrats on your pregnancy, New Dad! Now, we’ve got to talk about the upcoming birth. Gone are the days where men are given the pass to wait outside in the hallway and wait for the cries of your baby as mom sweats, pushes and grunts for hours surrounded by doctors or doulas. Dad, this is your time to shine!
by Josh Burrell, for GalTime.com Parenting inherently comes with a lot of responsibility. As parents, we literally hold the well-being of our children in our hands. We also play a pivotal role in shaping the behavior, attitudes, and, to a degree, the personalities of our children. One responsibility we have to take seriously is disciplining.
At the risk of offending one of the least powerful groups of men in America, deadbeat dads are largely a bunch of ditships. Police have been using this fact against the reticent payers for years. Per a recent Today Show, a man living in Hawaii fell for the oldest trick in the book when he took a one-million hour flight to Pennsylvania because ...
A northern Indiana man has pleaded guilty to several charges after driving three blocks with four children strapped to his car's hood while he was intoxicated.
Father's Day is here, and amidst all of the celebrating and gift-giving, I can't help but feel happy (and a little relieved) knowing that my future hubby will be an amazing father to my children one day. So how do you tell if your Mr. Perfect will translate into a stellar dad? Here are some telltale signs.
Dad, Grandpa or Uncle- Kids Need a Good Male Role Model Your father (hopefully) was your first role model as a strong and caring male. No matter how old or smart you get, there is a longing in your heart to call out and be heard by your be-there dad. If you did not have that treasure in your home, you may have had to learn the characteristics of an emotionally healthy male by watching and interacting with others.