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As is often the case, the most profound truths are pretty simple. Reading essays from kids about their dads, we noticed a common theme …
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.
by Joshua Becker: Children add joy, purpose, and fulfillment to our lives. And given the chance, they will teach us valuable life lessons.
Whatever your natural tendencies might be in this area, how can you move toward more healthy involvement in your child’s education?
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield provides a template for you to gauge how well you’re putting your love for your daughter into action.
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.
We’re creating a storehouse of images and memories in our kids’ minds that could live on and shape important decisions they face as adults.
Kids say and do some pretty crazy things, and it’s good for dads to respond to teach and correct them. But there also needs to be balance.
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.
Kids too easily grow up thinking Independence Day is about picnics, water games and fireworks. They probably need to hear a different message.