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Putting My Paternal Instincts to Good Use

Nine months. My wife is without a doubt a very strong, confident, and independent woman. However, there are times when I need to take control of the situation, as I see signs of her becoming overwhelmed with daily events. Most recently, I took control of our son’s inability…

Not Being Disappointed by Lowered Expectations

Eight months. It’s no secret that part of my “gimmick” as a parent blogger is to simply maintain a positive outlook and tone.  In fact, my optimistic attitude angered and frustrated dozens of people with g>one blog in particular, which caused a brief uproar on Parents.com’s Facebook wall. But…

Parenting is the Most Controversial Thing I Do, Apparently

Seven months. I find it fascinating that as parents, we are often quick to point out the perceived flaws of other parents, as if it’s some game to “out” who the “bad parents” really  are in our society. After 48 hours of being published, my post “Positively Communicating with…

Is It Wrong to Let Your Baby Cry It Out?

Seven months. That’s the exact phrase I recently Googled; “Is it wrong to let your baby cry it out?” The results were nearly equally mixed; from stay-at-home moms to doctors. What my wife and I had been doing was not working for our son so I decided to…