The joy of having a little one is immeasurable. They teach you to love more than you ever have and through them, you find purpose and inspiration. While having a family can be one of life’s greatest gifts, it can also be life’s greatest expense. A report done by The Department of Agriculture found that it costs $233,610 to raise a child from birth to 17, not including college expenses. This astronomical amount starts with car seats and bibs and goes all the way to toys, clothes and a double umbrella stroller (when the second child arrives). Continue reading Frugal Parent: 6 Apps To Use To Save Some Money
When you’re a stay-at-home dad, you rely on technology to keep yourself sane and your kids safe. These seven must-have gadgets belong in your parenting tool belt, whether you’re taking care of the little ones at home or hitting the road for a day of fun. Continue reading 7 Must Have Gadgets for Stay-at-Home Dads
Being a parent is hard, but there are a few things you can do to make your life a bit easier. Here is a list of things you can do to simplify your life as a parent: Continue reading Best Ways To Simplify Your Life As A Parent
Kids’ sports are an awesome way for children to learn good fitness habits while socializing with their peers. However, some parents want to make sure that they stay involved in their kids’ extracurricular activities. Here is a brief list of techniques to involve yourself in your children’s sports in a positive way. Continue reading 4 Good Ways to Get Involved with Your Child’s Sports Team
Part of my job as dad is to teach my kids to talk good with proper grammar. By my last sentence, you can already tell I’m not the most qualified at this position but some things are obvious to even me. My 2 year old has been notorious for starting sentences out with “me want.” Me want a snack, me want a toy, me want to go to the bathroom, me want, me want. Continue reading Me Want
I know some of you aren’t going to like to hear what I have to say, but sometimes you just have to speak up and say what others won’t. Sometimes you have to speak up in a world of chaos and be the voice of sound reason. I’m going to type it plain and simple: you need to cover your baby. Continue reading Dear Breastfeeding Moms, Cover Your Babies
I’ve been throwing around the idea of adding more audio/video content to the site here and I’ve decided to try out an idea for a series called “Playground Interviews.” Where I talk to my kids (ideally on the playground) about issues or topics and get their answers. The idea would be to ask them deep or philosophical questions and see how a child would answer (hopefully humorously). Continue reading What Do My Kids Hate About me?