Month: July 2018

Show Them the Money – Ways to Increase Your Child’s Understanding of Finances

In some families, money is almost a dirty word. Some parents don’t tell their children how much they earn, what things cost around the house, and what […]

Just Because You Are a Young Father Does Not Mean that You Are a Poor Father

Unexpected pregnancies happen, there is no getting around it. Precautions aren’t always taken, and it often produces a baby and, in the process, young parents. The problem […]

Fathers Incorporated to attend Community Library Ribbon Cutting in Ghana, Africa

The brand, new library and health clinic will support the students of Timber Nkwanta School and the surrounding village, which is located in the eastern region of Ghana.

Fathers Incorporated to be honored with the Susan L. Taylor Distinguished Community Partner Award

The University for Parents is proud to announce that Fathers Incorporated is the recipient of our SUSAN L. TAYLOR DISTINGUISED COMMUNITY PARTNER AWARD.  This award is offered […]

What Dads Can Do To Safeguard Their Children As They Learn to Walk

It’s an exciting time when you know your baby is about to take its first steps. It’s one of the milestones of their childhood you’ll most cherish, […]

5 Tips for Raising a Healthy and Active Toddler

With 40 percent of all adults in the United States being officially labeled as obese, it makes us dads worry a bit. We do not want our young sons or daughters to learn bad habits early on in life that will lead to weight problems.

Wow Your Partner With Your Knowledge of Pacifiers

Dads sometimes get a bum rap for not knowing enough about babies, their gear, and baby safety. Sometimes that reputation is earned, but sometimes it isn’t.