Suggestions for ways dads can regularly invest in their kids based on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Recommit yourself to fatherhood as a verb. The position of father is an honorable one, but don’t rest on that. Be a dad of action.
Find ways to represent the best of fatherhood where you are, no matter what you end up doing on Father’s Day.
Some wisdom from a group of moms in response to the question, “What happened on your best Mother’s Day ever?”
As a son and a husband, don’t settle for a “bloop single” when honoring your mother and your children’s mother.
When Bill received the diagnosis, he thought first of his children, and he began thinking very seriously about Christmas.
Expect a little chaos. But also expect some great family time this Christmas. Invest yourself in connecting with family members.
During the holidays, can’t most of us find ways to help others while reminding our children how fortunate they are?
Kids too easily grow up thinking Independence Day is about picnics, water games and fireworks. They probably need to hear a different message.
Taylor has a great dad, and he probably isn’t all that different from you. The simple things you do make you a hero in your kids’ eyes.