Is having your kids partly frightened of you still effective as a disciplinary tool in modern-day fatherhood?
To mark International Day of the Unborn Child, Floridian dad-of-five and blogger Mike Smith recalls the harrowing experience of losing not only an unborn child, but almost his wife as well.
It’s almost Beer O’Clock on a Friday, so let Pete Mitcham tantalise your tastebuds with his take on this pristine pilsner, brewed by a Melburnian with a chequered back story.
Sydney-based parenting blogger James Smith wants those who applaud him for choosing part-time work to instead recognise that ALL parents have choices to make.
His wife’s health scare led rookie dad Trevor Ludlow to conclude that resilience isn’t something you learn, but rather something you forget.
Daniel Lewis grapples with the two-edged sword of keeping a pregnancy quiet.
TippyTalk creator and father-of-two Rob Laffan reflects on the spark for his world-acclaimed product: his daughter Sadie, who lives with non-verbal autism.
Birthing classes: make light of them at your peril.
There aren’t any classes that teach you how to be a dad, just lots of learning as you go. Anthony Peyton shares his discovery that sometimes some of the best lessons are taught to us by our kids.
Struggling to curb your child’s flare-ups? Here are seven methods – and one good one – to cool ’em down.
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