I’m not generally a very handy guy but I recently decided that I wanted to build something for my daughter. Since she needed a toy box anyone and a square cube sounded like something I could deal with I moved forward with the toy box plan.
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The Power of Family Fun and Games
Children’s brains develop rapidly during their early years. Children are constantly learning about the world around them and their brains are making important connections that will help them be successful as they grow older. Preschoolers are expanding their skills and abilities by trying new things, testing boundaries and asking questions about everything! They are developing […]
Calling All Dads! Movember Is Just Days Away And We Need Your Help! #Movember
Representing Dads is teaming up with other fathers and supporters, to help make an impact on the health of men. There is strength in numbers so sign up here to be on Team Representing Dads and show your support! – Join Movember With Team Representing Dads – What is Movember? Men who participate in Movember (called Mo […]
Get Help and Share Your Dad Tips With Other Dads #dadtips
Moving forward if you have an idea of how we can be better Dads, just tweet it or share it on Instagram and include the hashtag #dadtips in your post. Here at our site, we will be aggregating all of these simple and fast tips and displaying them on the sidebar of every page on […]
Without Knowing This You Can’t Be A Good Dad or Husband
Without super clear and consistent communication we wouldn’t know what to do or how to do it. For whatever reason we know and practice that expectation management at work but this is much less common at home.
Setting the Stage For Important Conversations With Kids
Boys and girls do not feel comfortable to openly communicate in the exact same settings, so here are some tips I learned from a wise old man on how to set the stage for these conversations.
November Is a Time To Be Thankful: Thankful To Be a Dad
Children love their Daddies! Your children love to hear your voice, to see you come in the door, to sit next to you at the table, and to play with you as long as you can possibly play. Dads get a raw deal, however. The pressure to earn a living often has a desperate thread woven […]
Tony Dungy’s Favorite Peyton Manning Dad Story
Football is an all-american sport and definitely a favorite of mine. It is fun to love them and it is fun to hate them however hidden from the cameras and the media, is an athlete’s family. Growing up in the suburbs just outside of Denver, I had the opportunity of knowing several professional athletes and […]
The Mask You Live In – Coming 2014
The Mask You Live In – Coming in 2014 From the director of Miss Representation – an exploration of American masculinity. Compared to girls, research shows that boys in the U.S. are more likely to be diagnosed with a behavior disorder, prescribed stimulant medications, fail out of school, binge drink, commit a violent crime, and/or […]
Dad Video of The Week: Body & Voice
Body & Voice’ is a video series featuring some of Charlotte’s best performance artists who use BODY movement and the VOICE as their media (comics, poets and actors). Each artist performs a 3-5 minute piece in a controlled studio environment at smARTlab –http://www.youtube.com/smartlabstudios This performance is dedicated to Dads. I found this to be a […]