Should parents pass on traditions to their children with no thought for tomorrow? Times have changed, so why do we try to stay the same?
Gatekeeping in the home. Who holds the keys? Who guards the doors and tells you that you can’t enter here?
Another piece in my series on GateKeeping.
It’s official! TheDisturbedDad sells out. Well… not really. Right now, I have no official sponsorships. It makes sense. Anyways…. This’ll be a free one. Hopefully, Huggies will hear about it. Check my contact 😉 Here goes.
A city engineer was tasked with crossing guard duties at my son’s school recently. There’s a worker shortage in town, but the job is still essential. Funny how we’re finally paying good wages for it!
Is being a stay-a-home dad a career that a divorced dad should aspire to? In the time of coronavirus, can we look at parenting in a new way?
People who don’t “work” and provide housework have always been exploited and underappreciated. But did you know that there was once a women’s movement that demanded wages for housework?
Is open communication with your spouse about your parenting practices a good thing? Perhaps you are allowed to do things the way you want to without having to always report or verify it with your significant other.
Being a stay at home dad can make you question your manliness. But do we have to wonder if we are being a bad role model to our own sons?
Fathers and stay at home dads should stop trying to be more like moms. Fathers need to bring their own style to parenting!