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Any good summer always includes a good road trip or two. Our friends at Lifehacker have some great tips for our daring Dads who plan on traveling with the little one’s this summer.   Check out the video here:   Safe travels to everyone and have a great summer. #dadsitting #roadtrip #seatkickers

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Lacey Grace remembered an article about a boy killed by secondary drowning, which saved her own daughter’s life JASON DUAINE HAHN April 25, 2018 05:46 PM An attentive mom from Florida is warning other parents about the signs of “secondary drowning” after her young daughter nearly died days after spending time in her grandmother’s pool. As […]

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 We are socialized into some pretty toxic beliefs about gender roles and both men and women are losing out because of it. February 25, 2018 by Juana Garcia I used to follow a page on Facebook called “Life of Dad” that I really enjoyed. There were a variety of posts there, from candid snapshots dads sent in […]

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Some scientists believe that kids with IQs in the top 5 to 10 percent of the population are especially at risk for ADHD misdiagnosis. Although there are no hard numbers, experts estimate that somewhere between one-third and one-half of intelligent kids diagnosed with ADHD are misdiagnosed. Bright Kids Shouldn’t Be Dulled Down with Drugs It’s not uncommon for gifted children to […]

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Authentic is the new strong, and truth is your new superpower. January 20, 2018 by Drew Tupper You have to be like Superman to your kids.” This was my uncle’s advice to me. My wife and I had a two-year-old boy at the time. I thought I was doing a fine job, so I didn’t think this […]

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After the vogue for ‘mama’ comes the attempt to supplant ‘dad’ with ‘papa.’ Will it sweep the country—or stay in Brooklyn? LIZZIE CROCKER Last year, the writer Elissa Strauss reported that cool, modern mothers have adopted “mama” as their go-to maternal sobriquet because “mom” and “mommy” are too associated with stereotypes about motherhood (as one Brooklyn mother put it, […]

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  Written by: Victoria Prooday, Occupational Therapist Here is my new blog post. I encourage every parent who cares about the future of his/her children to read it. I know that many would choose not to hear what I say in the article, but your children need you to hear this message. Even if you […]

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Is it a 529, a brokerage account or a UGMA? We answer that question—and others—about college financing. By Chana R. Schoenberger Sept. 4, 2017 10:07 p.m. ET 26 COMMENTS We again answer readers’ latest questions on saving and paying for college, with the help of experts. *** What’s the best type of account to use when saving […]

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A suburban Chicago dad has issued a now-viral warning to parents after he made a disturbing discovery on a popular app being used by his 7-year-old daughter. Warning: Details in this story may be disturbing for some users A suburban Chicago dad has issued a now-viral warning to parents after he made a disturbing discovery […]

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I’d placed myself on a pedestal for doing something as simple as helping my wife with our baby. I was chatting with my wife about the long night we’d had getting up with the baby, when I said, “At least I get up with her. A lot of men don’t. You should be grateful.” I […]

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