Posts tagged with ‘Fatherhood Advice’

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Web Wanderings

by GWashington

~Let’s start off with some drugs: Teaching Kids How To Swallow A Pill ~Grab your hand sanitizer!: Carts one of dirtiest places in grocery store, study says 72% of the carts had a positive marker for fecal bacteria. Yikes!!! ~Notice the super market trips getting more pricey?  Here are 10 Tips to Save Money on […]

The Earnestness of Being Important

by Captain Dad

I sympathize with those supposedly vapid housewives circa 1960. It’s not that they were vapid, they just sounded that way. I know because I’m becoming one of them, except with chest hair. My wife comes home at night with talk of her day, meeting Very Important People and talking about Very Important Things. Even the […]

Time Share Wife

by Charles Wasleski

I have a timeshare wife No, this does not mean I am on the wrong side of a Big Loveepisode. It just means that I have to share my wife with the other parts of her life. It wasn’t all at one.  This came on very gradually. After we got married, I just had to share […]

And I’m Free, I’m Free Fallin’

There was a point in our life where gravity just sucked, a point when we were trying to walk, then ride a bike, then skateboarding the skatepark.The skatepark experience could be a whole post of its own, a post I will have to write write while at the said skatepark so I can describe THAT […]

Where Are They Now.

by Charles Wasleski

We all have them. Some of us are in denial. No, it doesn’t matter that you friended them on Facebook. Or they sent you a message on MYSPACE. They are gone.  Lost to time and relative space. These are the friends that you grew up with. You spent the night at their house. You tormented […]

Surviving Stitches and Other Painful Procedures

by Aknapitsch

Some of my least favorite Mom moments are at the intersection of my roles as mom and physician.  I work hard to be “just” my kid’s Mom when they are sick or injured but it’s impossible to completely separate out the pediatrician part of me.  We most recently landed there when I got a text […]

Being the Domestic Engineer

by Mike Bates "Domestic Engineer"

So in wrapping this up, being a Stay at Home Dad is a whole lot more than just doing diapers and dishes non-stop, it’s a way of lives plural, what you put into it isn’t even close to what you will eventually get out of it.

The possibilities are endless!

The Scare

by Why Is Daddy Crying?

This past week the wife and I had “the scare.” You know…the one where you realize it’s been a while since the wife had her monthly visitor and there could be a little something brewing in the oven. Yeah…that’s the one. We already have two little bastards – a six-year-old girl who can have you […]

Let’s All Make Assumptions

by Shannon Carpenter

I was talking to my sister, a SAHM.  She was excited because she knows a SAHD now just like her big brother.  She says he’s a great guy and the kids seem to get along really well.  She said she was about to give him her number so that they could do some playdates together […]

Battling Depression at Home

by Charles Wasleski

Depression is nothing to take lightly. It runs in families and destroys lives. Turns bad thoughts into bad actions. Most people hear about Postpartum Depression. Where soon after childbirth, the mother has thoughts of hurting herself or her baby. This can happen to men too.  Another is Bipolar Depression or Manic Depression. This is where […]

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