Have all the other past attempts you’ve made at New Year’s resolutions started out with a bang, only to fizzle out a few weeks later?
This is the second in a two-part series sharing co-parenting tips on ways to reduce stress—particularly for children—during the holidays.
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 is the first in a two-part series sharing co-parenting tips on ways to reduce stress—particularly for children—during the holidays.
With children off school for their Christmas and New Year’s Eve break, the financial drain of the holidays isn’t limited to the gifts that are opened on Christmas morning.
Fathers are becoming more and more active with the daily life of their children since mothers are just as busy with their careers.
Fathers are keenly aware of how our time and attention shape our children. The effect a doting father has on their children stretches far more than just the emotional.
American Heart Association Scientific Statement October 23, 2017 Categories: Heart News, Stroke News, Scientific Statements/Guidelines Statement Highlights: African Americans carry a higher burden of cardiovascular diseases compared with white Americans. Risk […]
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 […]