How to Be a Better Dad by Jay Payleitner – Be grateful for each season of fatherhood while you’re in the midst of it.
We’re about inspiring and equipping men to be the best dads they can be. So just about every day should feel a little like Father’s Day.
Having kids should not put an end to romance. Actually, just the opposite. When kids come along, Dad and Mom need to be even more intentional about coming together, communicating, and strengthening their marriage.
Remember the days of a full night sleep? Of waking up feeling well-rested and ready for the day? Oh, the good ole’ days!
We shouldn’t feel guilty for being committed to our jobs, but all dads should continue to ask themselves, Where am I most indispensable?
Sometimes you’ll get lucky and have great success by going with your gut. But since you want to give your kids the very best, it makes a lot of sense to look outside for help.
We’ve asked some of our friends to give you their best advice as you prepare and start out on your fathering journey. Here are some of our favorites.
None of us are perfect dads. We all get discouraged and need help to get through tough situations, and too often we aren’t willing to ask for help.
Have you ever been somewhere with your kids, and someone asks if you’re “baby-sitting” them? Don’t take it personally, dads.