Time is perhaps your most valuable fathering resource and your most precious gift to your children. We have to make sure today counts.
Mother’s Day is something we should all throw ourselves into, because moms deserve it—and it’s good for us and for our kids.
Here are things you can do today to build the father-child relationship you want and your child needs.
We all want our children to find a passion in life and excel — and we want to be there to cheer them in ways that truly encourage & affirm.
Looking for some great bedtime stories for your toddler? Check out NCF’s recommendations in this free download.
We dads are busy with our jobs, our hobbies, our pursuits, and we often say we’re too busy for some things that may be important to our families. So then we often pass up opportunities to be present and make a difference in our children’s lives.
When you appreciate your wife, you let your children know that your marriage is important, and you set a great example for them.
Too often, the serious and sober realities of raising responsible children overwhelm our spontaneous, witty and playful sides.
Remember that you play a pivotal role in your child’s life. You do make a difference. You are tremendously important to your kids.
You may know that our mission at the National Center for Fathering is to inspire and equip dads. Today’s blog is pure inspiration. When you see these photos, you’ll agree.... Here’s what happened not long ago when a dad named Lane came home after a week-long work...