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  1. Family Life
    Humans require involved fathers for healthy child development. But, with one in three U.S. children growing up without a father figure, it seems we could learn a thing or two from the super dads in the animal kingdom. According to a recent Smithsonian article, bat-eared foxes are among only...
  2. Family Life
    While many sitcoms still portray men as bumbling, hands-off fathers, dads today are anything but. A new study celebrates a shifting modern fatherhood role that gives new definition to masculinity. Brigham Young University and Ball State University found that most fathers today are much more...
  3. Life With a Baby
    Hello, i am a new dad with a 5 months girl and i really wanna know how to be a great dad to my sweet baby..
  4. Family Life
    Today, there are more dads than ever who are in primary custody roles, and tackling both fathering and mothering. Here are five things dads want us to know about mothering. 1. Single Dads take parenting seriously. Often, the jokes moms make about not trusting daddy to do anything...
  5. Toddler & Child
    A new study, published in the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, may have found the key to improving fathers' parenting skills: Reading. Dads are incredibly important to their child's healthy development - socially, emotionally, and behaviorally. When fathers fall short on...
  6. Family Life
    When I became a father four years ago, I knew nothing—absolutely nothing—about parenthood in America. I didn't know how to change a diaper, feed my baby, or give him a bath. I didn’t know anything about paternal leave. I didn’t know anything about the cost of childcare and preschool, or how...
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