Parents who smoke are putting their kids at risk for asthma, cancer, and behavioral problems. You need to quit. Now.
The Vancouver Sun called DadCAMP's Buzz Bishop "an information addict and pop-culture junkie — but you could also call him a media artist. He sucks up cultural information, reorganizes it into a dazzling format that makes listeners laugh and makes them feel smart.” Buzz started DadCAMP in the fall of 2009 as a way to get out and network with other dads while he was between jobs.The idea was to duplicate the unconference style of BarCamp, DemoCamp and the like to encourage monthly meetups for fathers to get together with their kids and make new friends, share ideas, and have fun. DadCAMP articles have been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, HLN TV, The Globe and Mail, CBC, Jezebel, MSN, Yahoo!, The Huffington Post, CTV, and more. Buzz has two boys, Zacharie ('07 - once referred to as his favorite son), and Charlie ('10 - the two-time face of Cheerios in Canada).
One blogger's take on parenting choices ignites (yet another) parent war. We all make different choices, and sometimes that means our kids don't get what they deserve.
One of the first lessons we learn as kids is how to share. What's mine is yours, what's yours is mine. We share. So how can sharing go bad?
You don't have to camp to do all the fun outdoors camping activities. Take a day trip to a state park, or recreation area and try uncamping.
We erect all sorts of barriers to keep us from our neighbors. How nice was it for us, this weekend, to break a hole in our own backyard Berlin Wall.
NFL player, Kyle Love, was cut with the New England Patriots because he has diabetes. He's one of many athletes with diabetes. Here's proof they succeed.
8 years ago, award winning novelist, David Foster Wallace, gave the commencement address to the Class of 2005 at Kenyon College. For years the audio version was passed and shared between fans. Now, it is everywhere.
New survey results show kids as young as 6 are accessing sexual content online. Are you ready for that conversation?
Summer road trip vacations are being planned for Memorial Day and beyond. From mountains to canyons, check out this list of the best:
People hate trampolines. You may love it (at first) but the day you unpack that thing everyone in the hood is scowling at you with a tsk tsk tsk under their breath. Here's why: