Tag: Fatherhood

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? […]

Fatherhood Ad Campaign Reminds Dads that Playing Catch with Girls is an Important Moment

“Being the father of four children, I understand fully the importance of my presence in their lives,” said Kenneth Braswell, Director, National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse.

FATHERS INCORPORATED ORGANIZES MILLION FATHERS MARCH TO PROMOTE FATHERHOOD ENGAGEMENT AND LITERACY IN SCHOOLS

On Friday, September 28th; Fathers Incorporated will present the Million Fathers March in schools across the U.S.. The schools are encouraged to engage in activities that support the theme, “Real Dads Read (RDR).”

Helping Your Baby With Language Development

You’ve been dreaming about hearing your baby say his or her first word since you laid eyes on him or her. You’re wondering what the word will […]

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 […]

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.

Why Dads Need to Teach Their Daughters to Love STEM

In their early years of school, girls excel at Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects. But somewhere around the junior high age, girls begin turning away from their interest in STEM.