As he approached the end of his life, Randy Pausch tried to put himself in a bottle that would one day wash up on the beach for his children.
Dads work hard to provide for their families into the future, but so often it backfires as their relationships wither away in the meantime.
No matter how old your children are, you can’t start asking these questions too soon or revisiting them too often.
By Peter Lewis: Hope for, wait for, eagerly anticipate, even relish the joyful intrusion of your children into your life.
How to Be a Better Dad by David Hirsch: Kids want our time and attention and involvement, and we need to be intentional in these 4 areas.
Three excerpts from kids’ essays highlight fathering commitment and the value of little things we do as dads.
How to Be a Better Dad by Matt Haviland: I push myself to be a better dad by taking it one day at a time and learning as I go.
Leaving a legacy is about thinking beyond today, but being purposeful about today. Investments in your kids will have an impact for years to come.
Problems arise for dads because many of us want the plain, cold facts, and our children don’t always communicate that way.
Patrick Hughes was born blind and with physical restrictions that keep him in a wheelchair. Can you imagine how his father must have felt? Patrick Senior often wondered, “Why us?” But then …