3 Benefits of One-On-One Time

[tweet_dis]If you have more than one child, sometimes you still need to go one-on-one.[/tweet_dis] We often challenge dads to commit to that “alone” time with each of their children. Here are three powerful reasons: 1. [tweet_dis]One-on-one time lets kids know they...

Surprise Your Kids!

by Jay Payleitner   Once again, this week we’re featuring a chapter from It’s Great Being a Dad—written by three committed dads who frequent this space: Carey Casey, Jay Payleitner and Brock Griffin. This blog comes with a twist. After reading the good ideas below,...

Dealing With Nightmares

Watching your child deal with nightmares can be pretty heartbreaking. [tweet_dis]We don’t want our children to be upset by anything, real or from their imagination.[/tweet_dis] Whether they are scared of the dark, the monster under the bed, or something else...

Work or Family: Where Are You Indispensable, Dad?

  Once again, this week we’re featuring a chapter from the new book, It’s Great Being a Dad—written by Jay Payleitner, Brock Griffin and Carey Casey. Your daughter’s second-grade school program is scheduled in the middle of a workday. She’s playing a lion and...

Parenting Challenges: How Do You Decide Which Approach is Best?

 by Brock Griffin [tweet_dis]Here’s my best advice … about parenting advice.[/tweet_dis] All men start their parenting journey with a lot of questions. Women too. There is no mandatory training to become a parent, although a pregnant woman is much more likely...