ACF’s Responsible Fatherhood campaign partners with NASCAR and WWE to encourage dads to dance

As part of an ongoing campaign to encourage dads to play an active role in their children’s lives, HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), in collaboration […]

Fathers Incorporated Partners with the Atlanta Gladiators to advance Fatherhood

The Atlanta Gladiators are proud to announce their new partnership with Fathers Incorporated. The local non-profit organization, which is based in Dunwoody, focuses on furthering the involvement of fathers and their families throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.

What You Should Look For in a Preschool

If you want to give your child the best early start you can, but you aren’t quite sure what to look for in a quality preschool, don’t worry about it.

5 easy ways to be a more active dad

For children, having an engaged dad makes a huge difference — fathers play a critical role, and research tells us just how important that role is.

5 Tips for Raising a Bilingual Child

by Kenneth Braswell Bilingualism is a growing trend for children. Some parents raise bilingual children out of necessity because there are two languages the children will be […]

Aggressive Cursing: Sideline Insanity

You can’t be an out-of control, a**hole coach and be a good mentor or parent. Youth can’t distinguish the difference in your roles. #sidelinedad

iBELIEVE in Dads

Fathers Day is another reminder that the absence of dad confirms his existence. It is the holiday that stimulates a host of negative emotions, not because we don’t believe in his existence, but because of the reality of his presence.

What You Should Look For in a Preschool

A preschool can look great on paper and you can easily be fooled by seemingly overenthusiastic adults. But the one thing that can’t pull off a lie no matter what is a kid’s face.

Tips To Curb Your Overprotective Parental Tendencies

  Do you pride yourself on swooping in and saving your child whenever he gets in a sticky situation that you see is about to go south? […]