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Remembering childhood passions can give spark to adults.


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Tag Archives: dads

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Shirtless Dads breastfeeding.

Really, it’s something you have to see.

The images — which some have called “provocative” — are quite impressive. Brilliant if you ask me.

A Tennessee father and photographer released the pictures of men — some shirtless — holding infants as though they’re breastfeeding.

The reason: He hopes to “de-stigmatize public breastfeeding” which his “If I Could, I Would” campaign.

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How long should men take for paternity leave?

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Dr. Jeremy Toffle of Children’s Physicians offers ways to teach your children teamwork, incorporate cooperation and not competition.

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As much as I love heart-to-heart talks in the bathroom, I will not completely give up the hope for a little “me time”.

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If dads want to demand equal treatment as parents, then we need to step up our involvement.

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Of course, you’re already a cool dad, but there is no harm in being even cooler.

Follow these simple steps to bump up your status:

1. Spend time with you little tyke. Piggy back rides and wrestling is a plus.

2. Emulate good habits, from eating, exercising and behavior.

3. Be affectionate with your child’s mommy.

4. Don’t give your child everything that he or she may want but everything that he or she may need.

5. And, of course, tell them that you love them daily.

Check out these simple steps and read an amazing story about local dads who ooze coolness by clicking the headline.

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Our oldest turns 10 soon and the talk around the playground at school is already about which boys like which girls.

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Many dads are trying to step up. Moms need to consider letting them.

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