If we aren’t careful, this big moment in a child’s life can become a big conflict. 7 tips for dads in the passenger seat … and beyond.
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield: “There’s just something about seeing a daddy protecting his little girl that has a way of reaching in and touching a deep place in all of us.”
We’re thinking about them–what’s happening in their world. We’re stepping out of our own issues and concerns and being all about theirs.
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.
by Rick Johnson: When boys are brought up to feel competent and capable, they have a much better chance of succeeding at life.
These questions provide a good marker for how aware you are of your child and his world, which helps with many areas of fathering.
For spiritually minded fathers, this is one of the main goals we have as parents. Here are four relevant factors from a research study.
Many heroic dads are struggling or striving because of a tough situation, and yet they’re determined to do what’s best for their kids.
by Jay Payleitner – The dividends include stronger family relationships, deeper conversations, and peace of mind.
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield gets inspired by a dad who showed love for his daughter by going with her for a pedicure.
by Randell Turner: When we don’t allow ourselves to dig deep into our emotions, it robs our relationships of true intimacy and growth.