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Dad’s Day Gift Ideas

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Dad can be hard to shop for sometimes. Of course, he can never have too many ties, coffee mugs or tools. But doesn’t the man who taught you how to ride a bike, to play catch and to always try your best deserve something more personal and unique. Read More »

Holiday Gifts Dad Will Love

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By Greer Barnes He’s probably been the main man in your life for a while, and though he may be your husband, you probably call him “Dad” too. He’s the yang to your yin, and though he may drive you crazy sometimes, you know you wouldn’t want to spend your life or raise a family with anyone else. So here’s ... Read More »

Make-A-Ball: A Personalized Present for Dad This Father’s Day

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Father’s Day is a time of reflection and nostalgia for not only parents but children as well. Reminiscing about yesteryear and the collective memories that have shaped who you are since your childhood to your present self as an adult with kids of your own. Perhaps it’s the memories of traveling with your family, or that epic summer spent camping in the woods. Or maybe it’s a simple game of catch you played with your father out on the front lawn on a warm spring day. Read More »

A Dad’s Guide to Sharing the Pregnancy Experience

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You’ve just found out your partner is pregnant. Congratulations! Although you can’t fully partake in the pregnancy, most future dads want a front row seat. No, we don’t understand morning sickness or get to feel the first movements, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to experience everything we actually can during the pregnancy. Yes, it is hard for us to totally grasp what our partner is going through, but we’re trying! Here are a few ways dads-to-be can play an integral part of the pregnancy experience. Read More »

Disciplining: Thinking Outside the Box

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By Daddy Nickell As a parent I know that for every bit of fun and enjoyment to be had with children around, there’s always the possibility of consequences and necessary discipline, too. It’s the parent’s responsibility to teach their children right from wrong, as well, as how to behave, how to treat others, etc. – I know, it’s a BIG ... Read More »