Mary Poppins, now celebrating its 50th, is far more a story about fatherhood and good parenting than it is a tale about a magical and whimsical nanny.
Doc McStuffins presents a modern African-American family, and breaks gender stereotypes in all the best ways for young viewers.
Commercial or not, the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar hits a bulls-eye and I get to share 3 very meaningful parts of my life with my daughter all at once.
My daughter and I are both huge comic book fans, but often can't watch superhero screen adaptations together because she's too young for PG-13.
ABC's Once Upon a Time used to give me and my daughter an escape to a fairytale world. Since our house fire, it connects us with a sense of normalcy.
With mom away, I decided to do something different than usual for Halloween with my daughter: Mickey's Halloween Party at Disneyland!
My family is multi-ethnic, mixed-race, and blended. As in Disney-Pixar's Up, love alone defines us, and for that I feel so lucky.
I loved the Herbie films growing up. I named my first car Herbie, and now, my oldest is almost ready for her own Herbie -- Yikes!
I was excited to hear that Marvel was starting a "Share Your Universe" campaign to encourage dads like me to share my love of comics and the lessons I’ve learned from them with my own kids.
As dads we can identify with Peter Pan, because there is a little bit of him in all of us.
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