The research is conclusive: the only way to guarantee a happy and successful family is for dads to stay home with their children. Yet, for some reason, many men continue to remain in the workforce, even after fatherhood, honestly believing it to be in the best
All these years, I’ve been tying my running shoes. Like. A. Sucker. But no more! While buying some new kicks at New Balance, I saw a jar full of colorful little jammies. “Are those for your laces?” I asked because I’m
Full Disclosure: In return for this blog post where I sort of review the Honda Odyssey, Honda gave me a certified pre-owned 2012 Odyssey, complete with 7 year power train warranty, 3 year bumper-to-bumper, and 1 year of maintenance. Their generosity
This is about running from a writer’s perspective or maybe about writing from a runner’s perspective, but the truth is you don’t need to do either to understand exactly what I mean. I’m really talking about the kinds of activities that you
What You Don’t Know About the Dads On Doc McStuffins and WordGirl May Surprise You. Unless You’re A Stay-At-Home Dad.
When you’re a stay-at-home dad, you watch more children’s cartoons than you might prefer. It’s natural to start analyzing, some might say over-analyzing, them. I’ve already written an admittedly Overly Harsh Review of Sofia the First and have complained more than once on my
When I refused to Ban Bossy, a friend asked why the article was categorized in the Feminism Section of Time Ideas. I told her it was because I’m a feminist now! Or maybe because the piece was anti-feminist. (I was, after all, speaking out