Category: Motherhood & Single Moms

Are Dads Hitting these Educational Checkboxes for their Children?

Fathers are becoming more and more active with the daily life of their children since mothers are just as busy with their careers.

How to Survive Grocery Shopping with a Young Kid

by Shannon Serpette for Dadpadblog.com You might be a beast in the gym, the top dog at work and ordinarily cool under pressure, but if the thought of […]

Why You Should Put Yourself First Sometimes

by Shannon Serpette for Dadspadblog.com When you do it right, parenting can leave you with very little time for yourself. The challenge to carve out any free time […]

Tips for Preparing Your Child for School

No parent wants their young child to have such a poor experience during their first year of schooling that it affects them for the rest of their lives.

“2015 Deadliest Year for Domestic Violence in a Decade for Georgia”

When I saw this headline yesterday on WCOT.com, a local news affiliate in Savanah, I was reminded that, as a Fatherhood organization, we MUST initiate and take […]

Expressing Love in Blended Families

One of the most challenging things in life may be trying to successfully blend together two separate families with different expectations, experiences, and backgrounds. And being a […]

Noncustodial Dads Don’t Get the Luxury of being a “Good Enough” Parent

I was in several states last week doing qualitative research with fathers on behalf of Fathers Incorporated. As I sat taking copious notes observing focus groups and […]

“Are You My Daddy?” How would you respond?

#Throwbackblog Let me start by saying God has a funny way of placing your anointing in front of you to remind you of the work still before […]

Inspiring your daughter’s inner Girl Boss

by Special Guest Blogger: Fatherhoodgov There’s something special about dads and daughters. It’s a special and unique connection, and beyond being a source of happiness, being a […]

Fatherhood: Piece by Piece

I woke up this morning with a slew of inbox messages on both my personal and professional Facebook page. At first I though it was someone spamming […]