Bitter Bickering and Bull$*it Fights: Stay on Your Purpose


Do you ever have fights with your baby Mumma so much that it’s almost like every interaction turns into some stupid little dispute?  No matter how you approach it, no matter how nice you are…Fight after fight after fight.  Since when did you become this person?  Since when did the relationship even get to this point? […]

How did a couple who ‘live in a van’ change my family’s DNA?

Okay, they don’t exactly live in a van, it’s called a RoadTrek and actually, as Jennifer would say, it is an adventure-mobile. For those of you who aren’t aware of what a Roadtrek is, let me fill you in. I have only seen a few of them; however, I probably spend too much time looking at pictures of these small class B motor-homes that allow travelers to adventure around the world meeting fabulous people. So, big whoop, it is just a motor-home. For those who own one, I would say they would beg to differ; however, about two years ago, I stumbled onto a new podcast called “RoadTreking: Celebrating the Small RV Lifestyle.” This podcast, produced by Mike and Jennifer Wendland, is the most informative and professional podcast I listen to. I look forward to it every single week.


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 80 International Fathers  + 2 Poets are writing on “52 Traits we want to encourage in our kids.”

Our goal is simple:  We want to provide insights into how fathers from around the world […]

Gratefulness and Embracing Your Weird with Pat Flynn – 2 Cent Dad

Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income is on the show. Pat not only is a genius at online business, it turns out he is a pretty swell father. He was working as an architect when in 2008 he got laid off and had to figure out how to make ends meet. What started as […]


Fathers, be empathetic–
labor pains are
inconceivably excruciating,
but mothers,
understand that just
as a father cannot put
himself in your body,
you cannot put yourself
in his shoes.
Know that his view
is incredible.

About the Author

imageSarah Richards is thirty-four years old, and lives in Pensacola, Florida, with her husband and three-year-old daughter.

Sarah (under the […]

10 Things To Give Up to Be Happy – Dudes To Dads Ep 60 | Dudes To Dads

1. Give up your need for control – Why do we try to control things that can’t be controlled?  It’s a waste of energy.

2. Give up your need to be right – Do you want to be loved or be right?

3. Give up your criticism (of yourself and others) – Learn to accept others.  Focus on […]

The Consequences of the Absent Dad – All Pro Dad : All Pro Dad

The justifications for the absent dad may be plentiful but so are the consequences to his kids. [Tweet This] This is not a message to judge or to be critical of men who find themselves separated from their family. This is an encouragement to educate and to motivate men to hear the call to battle […]

4 Proven Ways to Communicate with Your Kids – All Pro Dad : All Pro Dad

Peter, a Play of the Day subscriber, shared this great fathering principle for family communication: “I told my daughter that anytime that she needs to talk to me about something and is concerned that I might get angry, that she should tell me ‘I need to talk with you and I don’t want you to get […]

Why Swimming is the Perfect Family Activity | Simply Swim Blog

Heading down to the pool can be a great family activity is because there are benefits for all ages;


Introducing babies to swimming is a great idea at an early age as it’s good for their learning and development. It’s also beneficial for parent-infant bonding and improving the child’s co-ordination and […]

Teach your kids to “Know The Cleaning Lady”

During my second month of college, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?”

Surely this was some kmydesignind of joke. […]

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