Sometimes great parenting is when you sit back and wait and see.
We push boundaries. It’s human. But we (usually) learn from our mistakes and use them to guide our decision-making process.
Tim Kiladze "discovered" that raising children is hard and thankless. But it's not a "discovery" when men learn something women have been saying all along.
I want my kids to learn as much from me as I learned from my mom. There’s just one problem.
I don’t care about looking good at the beach or impressing women. I just want to see my kids grow up.
My kid is turning six, and it’s time for a celebration. There’s only one problem: my kid doesn’t know who his friends are.
As a dad, my knowledge and understanding of the anatomy of women is both practical and minimal. But as a parent, biology basics have to be in your wheelhouse.