by Ryan Crawley for Dadspadblog.com If you were not born roughly between 1980 to 2000, give or take a year, then you are not technically a millennial. […]
A few years ago I was headed to a book signing pulling a large roller bag behind me through the Washington DC streets.
Music has a way to bring back old memories that may have happened decades ago, and once a certain song starts to play, it’s like it just happened yesterday.
BY NISA ISLAM MUHAMMAD – Published in FinalCallNews.com WASHINGTON—According to the Children’s Defense Fund, nearly one in five or 13.2 million children in the U.S. are poor, more than […]
Technology is an amazing thing. There is literally an app for just about everything nowadays.
Whether you are a person of faith and understand the importance of having a blessing, or otherwise and describe your blessings as dreams, under either premise they are vulnerable to attack.
I would venture to guess that most first time fathers, if they had a choice, would choose to have a son.
Family engagement also means “Father Engagement”. It is a must that both parents are engaged, irregardless of the marital and living situation.
The age of technology is upon us, and for millennial fathers, it could not have arrived at a better time. According to the Pew Research Center, 59 percent of millennial fathers look for parenting information online through their smartphones.