I was chatting with my wife about the long night we'd had getting up with the baby, when I said, "At least I get up with her. A lot of men don't. You should be grateful." I was tired. And I said it like...Read More
Everyone knows that parenthood takes patience. It isn't easy not to lose your cool when your kids won't listen or when they act out in public. But it also takes patience when they...Read More
Expectant moms are filled with excitement throughout their pregnancy. Most first-time moms don’t quite know what to ask during labor and delivery. They rely heavily on their birth coach or the new dad-to-be to get them through the experience. Here are a few ways that dads can support mom in the delivery room.Read More
Today it isn't uncommon to see a dad at the park alone with his kids. Dads are more involved than ever. Of course, the old ways still peek through sometimes, and with them come a series of myths about the bumbling or clueless dads of old. Here are seven of the biggest myths about dads and the new reality that sets them straightRead More
Having a baby alters new mothers' brain activity, researchers have found, and a new study adds the first evidence of such changes in the brains of gay men raising children they adopted through surrogacy.Read More
College success and graduation is more likely for those students who had dads actively involved in their lives while they were in high school, according to sociologist and National Marriage Project director Brad Wilcox.