Three Latino Dads on Why Fathers Need Better Community
Mom isn’t the only one who needs pals. Here’s how three dads are navigating fatherhood with a little help from their friends.
I'm a Dad But My Toddler Calls Me 'Mama', and That's OK
When my 2-year-old says "Mama," he can either be calling for my wife or me. I was confused by it at first, but now I know it really makes no difference.
I Want My Sons to Be Obsessed With What I Loved As a Kid
One of the great joys of being a dad: getting the chance to reexperience the passions of my youth through my kids’ eyes.
As Dads, We Need Parent Friends Just as Much as Moms
Moms are famous for their 'squads' of parent friends they lean on when the proverbial hits the fan. Turns out, dads need these support networks just as much as moms and I learned that the hard way.
I'm a Stay-at-Home Dad Trying To Get Back Into the Workforce and I See Why Moms Say It's So Hard
I decided to look for a job after five years of being at home with my son. Six months later, I'm still looking.
Why the Trope of the Dad Bod is Detrimental to Dads
I thought after my daughter was born I'd for sure be one of those men who developed a dad bod. But parenthood had a completely different effect on me and it made me realize why that dad bod narrative is a problem.