Category: Co-Parenting

McDonough barbershop embraces ‘Real Dads Read’ through new book station

by Asia Ashley McDONOUGH— A McDonough barbershop has united behind the “Real Dads Read” initiative headed by nonprofits Fathers Incorporated and Furthering Fatherhood in efforts to encourage […]

Fathers Incorporated to co-Host Twitter Chat on Latino Dads – #LatinoDads

On Monday, March 27, 2017 from 1-2 p.m. ET, the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families (@NRCHispanic), Fathers Incorporated (@FathersIncorp), and the My Brothers Keeper Alliance (@MBK_Alliance) […]

Caring is more the sharing

Sharing time with family and friends. Sharing food (perhaps a cookie or two).

Wired To Be A Dad: Recent Science Fuels A New View Of Fatherhood | CommonHealth

Here is a wonderful article on our good friend Charles Clayton Daniels Jr. It speaks of the continuing narrative of the importance of father engagement and the […]

President Obama Signs Babies Act, Mandates Baby Changing Stations Be Available To Dads Too | Romper

Just in case you’ve been losing faith in feminism and politics this week, President Obama signed the Babies Act on Friday, making it a requirement that baby changing stations […]

Child Support Awareness Month: A Look at How Child Support is Evolving (Webinar)

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 12:30 – 02:00 PM EDT August is Child Support Awareness Month. Register Here State and local child support offices are scheduling special events […]

Engaging Your Children Through Nature

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) offers suggestions for different ways that you and your child can explore nature together at no monetary cost

Picture This: 10 Great Photos to Make Memorable Moments

One of the greatest ways a dad can bond with his children is by making memories together. That requires us as dads to do things with them.

A Father’s Day War Worth Fighting For Men

I’m not a huge fan of Men’s Health Magazine, but this ain’t bad advice: “You can’t be a topnotch man unless you’re deeply grateful.”

When Things Don’t Go Your Way, Dads Might Have Words to Live On

A couple of weeks ago I found myself hearing the ghost of fatherhood past as my son had a mental meltdown because he and I were getting demolished by my wife and daughter in arcade games.