Sunday and dinner, two of my favorite things. Put them together and you have something special! Sunday dinner conjures up thoughts of good food, good conversation and good family time.
How to Take Your Toddler Out to Eat – InfographicView Post
Going Home With Your Baby: How To Not Freak OutView Post
Solving the Baby Formula EquationView Post
How To Make Dad’s Awesome Spaghetti SauceView Post
A sure-fire way to be a better dad is to spend more quality time with your child. A father who is patient, encouraging and attentive rather than controlling and critical during play time is much more likely to have a well-adjusted child later in life.
DadClaration #104View Post
When I was growing up my parents had an area in the laundry room where they recorded the height of my sisters and me by measuring and then marking our height and the date on the wall. The one problem was that it wasn’t mobile and if we had ended up moving the original markings would have been lost.
“Books are the ammunition of life.” – Theodore Roosevelt.
It is very well known that Theodore Roosevelt was a voracious reader, and probably the best read president ever.
The books on this list aren’t about fatherhood per se, they are mostly about struggle and perseverance, which parents can surely relate to.
Ever had one of those days where your toddler seems to be throwing one big temper tantrum all day long? My daughter turned 2 a couple weeks ago, thus we have entered the “terrible twos”. There was a time when I wasn’t really a believer in the terrible twos, but this was before we actually got here. Now I believe!