Thanks to Happy Family for sponsoring this post. Click here to see more of the discussion. I’d like to think that all our meals are healthy, all of them happy. The whole family gathered around the kitchen table, chatting, giggling, maybe thinking about which board game we’ll play afterward and oh shucks, first we have MORE »
So for now, I dip into a book and watch over the top of the pages as she runs and giggles and thumps into things, another purple notch on her legs, and gets back up, smiling, looking for more trouble in the last, glorious days of summer.
I'm reminded now at the dinner table just how much fun we've had over the years when it comes to dining together. I'm wistful for all those firsts but think of all the fun we still have together and find joy in all the new firsts yet to come.
As Fathers Day approaches, here is a rundown of the very best of books for the involved dad in your life.
If only fatherhood were that easy, if only it were all playtime and hushed hiding places. But we learn from the good and even from the bad, and I'm grateful on many levels to feel the joy of each day of really, truly leaning in.
When a new opportunity presents itself, a dad gets a little encouragement from the best source: his amazing daughter.
The Wall Street Journal's sexist and out-of-touch coverage of "mommy blogger conferences" shines a spotlight on the reality of the digital world and how essential parent blogging has become to our society.
You’re 7 now and it’s like I re-learn every day that this is how it will be hence forth — not just on the soccer pitch but in everything.
Although I didn’t realize it at the time, the low point came when we hired a baby proofer. A man came bobbling down the road with a vanful of foam and rubber and plastic. A few hours later, our house was bubble wrapped — our perilous steps sealed off by gates, our furniture corners coated MORE »
Holiday shopping with kids in tow can be a drag, but one dad shares a delicious tip on turning the days into adventures.
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