Technology is an amazing thing. There is literally an app for just about everything nowadays.
I would venture to guess that most first time fathers, if they had a choice, would choose to have a son.
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.
It is important that those who want to someday be fathers, and even those that are fathers, need to consider some things
To help you slam dunk your choices, keep reading our list. It’ll give you a selection of modern books and classics that will work for your daughter whether she’s in pre-school or high school.
In the early days of your relationship, your holidays with your baby’s mama were probably filled with mistletoe and romantic evenings by the fire.
This podcast was hosted by Mark Bauerlein. The beginning of the interview began with a interesting conversation about fatherhood its correlation to violence and inner cities. Half way […]
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