Mother of six and author of ‘Say it Once: The No Bullshit Guide to Parenting’ Kysa Kelleher writes that old-school parenting can pay long-term dividends for kids.
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Popular Australian kids’ entertainers The Beanies have launched a new podcast, Imagination Station, on Kinderling Kids Radio – and there’s fun for the whole family.
Rookie dads might lack those weapons of mass nutrition, but, as dad-blogger Ross Hunt writes, they can still help out emotionally and physically.
The magic of Christmas should be stored in our hearts and minds and not in our phones, writes mum, teacher, author and founder of the ‘Don’t Press Send Campaign’ Katie Duffy Schumacher.
Daniel Sherwin, single dad of two and creator of dadsolo.com, lays bare the ongoing challenges faced by single dads.
Canadian stay-at-home-dad and blogger David Pierre dissects the definition – and benefits – of ‘work’.
Michael Finke writes that the memory of his mother is helping to steer his L-plate-driving son in the right direction.
He’s part of a musically famed family, but Utah-based dad of two Jason Osmond doesn’t sing. He writes a mean tweet, though. We had a quick chat with the man behind ‘@Jasonmarriedup’.
The definition of ‘Provider’ within the family unit has evolved – for the better – in recent decades, writes Being Dads founder David Willans.
For Californian dad Eric Miller, applying Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘10,000-hour rule’ – the suggested time required to master something – to his daughter’s many endeavours has proven an impossible task.