Here are a few ways we all might do things differently, whether it’s a brand new activity or a re-commitment to something we have done in the past.
Dads, you can view this quarantine time as a problem, or you can be proactive and make the most of the time you’ve been given at home with your family.
As our lives have been altered and somewhat put on hold because of the danger, let’s view this as an opportunity to grow, bless others, and find new ways to keep strong bonds with our children.
As fathers, we should be aware of what our children (and grandchildren) are seeing and hearing in the media and elsewhere, and we can view these events as opportunities for thoughtful discussions with them.
Time is perhaps your most valuable fathering resource and your most precious gift to your children. We have to make sure today counts.
Did you make fathering resolutions earlier this month? Consider these three suggestions from our long-time friend, Rick Wertz:
When our kids come to us with emotional news, why do we often reflect the opposite emotion back to them?
As dads, our smiles can bestow confidence and approval upon our children. If a child knows that his dad delights in him, then already the world is a better place.
Here at fathers.com there’s an old saying: Father’s Day Every Day. At least it’s old to us. We even used that as the...