Tobin Walsh, of The Good-Bad Dad, wrote a post a few months ago about sharing some sad news with his kids.
Luiz, of Jet Set Daddy, wrote about the travel hacks he uses when traveling internationally with a baby. This guy is a travel pro. Having been to nearly 70 countries and speaking 5 languages speaks volumes about his lust for adventure and new things.
Chris McGuire, of Out of Depth Dad, wrote about the things that surprised him about fatherhood on The Good Men Project. Socks, to a one and a half-year-old, are the best thing in the world. They’re right there at the end of your leg, ready to be pulled off, laughed at, shook about and discarded. My…Continue Reading “The Unexpected”
Jim W, of Just a Lil Blog, put together a list of 50 Cheerful Things. He revisited an old list he’d made and updated it to match his current day feelings. Could you make a list like this? What on his list would you also put on your own?
Joe Medler, of Developing Dad, wrote about male sexuality in this recent post. He shares about how he was taught about sexuality as a young boy and how it affects him today. The immaturity of male sexuality that is so prominently on display as normal in our society is also covered. No one wants to…Continue Reading “Opportunity Lost”
Benny, of DaddyPoppins, started eating smart in November of last year. He wrote about the move recently on his redesigned blog. His wife didn’t exactly expect him to follow through on things, but it turned out better than she expected. Celebrate your daily health wins, don’t get caught up in your loses. Read the post…Continue Reading “Eating Smart”
Larry, of Me Myself and Kids, recently wrote about leaving a full-time job in education in order to take care of his family at home. He mentions his having to dip into savings, become a freelance writer for work, and the struggle of it all. He also mentions how he hopes things go in the future…Continue Reading “Hishtadlus (It Means Effort)”
Aaron, of Sleeping On The Edge, recently wrote a reaction piece to this Time Magazine article. The article from Time Magazine is titled “How to Raise a Sweet Son in an Era of Angry Men” and gives what Aaron says are decades old thoughts about gender norms and raising children to be more agreeable in society. Halfway…Continue Reading “Welcome to the Party”
Stuart, of Father-Hood, wrote about his son’s bedtime routine. The post “Parents! There’s an ‘I’ in routine and it’s really important” covers how he was sick of playing “substitute mummy” and the solution he found to the problem.
Joel Davies, of Lion Minded, wrote a letter to his One-Year-Old Son in August of 2017. He covered everything including sleep, family, and child development. There was also a mention of an upcoming wedding. I wonder how that went. If you know, fill me in?