We all have causes that are near and dear to us. Aunt May’s husband was car jacked and shot, she donates to gun control lobbyists; Jack Murdock’s son went blind from a freak nuclear waste accident, he gives what he can to David Suzuki; Betsy Rosslost her boyfriend when he went MIA during World War […]
Let’s face it, as a society we’re still new to this whole ‘stay at home dad’ thing. Most children’s companies still direct their PR campaigns to women, but things are changing. Fortunately we have some options as more companies run by dads – for dads are making products, starting with dad’s diaper bag. When looking […]
As I’ve mentioned – the Wee Baby T was born a full month early. We dashed out of our home and off to the hospital, as prepared as possible. Fortunately I had packed a diaper bag well in advance. What can I say? I was in the Boy Scouts when I was growing up. What I […]
From day one I have held or worn the Wee Baby T as often as possible. At first it was all about bonding, but as time went by baby wearing became equally utilitarian as a hands free way to keep him close. The Baby K’Tan was great first keeping T close, and the Bridge the Bump extender let’s […]
We can bicker and argue about who brought this cold into the house from their subway commutes all day, but until we get through it, the blame doesn’t really matter.
This is my favourite time of year. The air is crisp and cool, the leaves crunch under your feet, the smell of wood fires is more and more prevalent. Of course, I wish you all a Happy Halloween! Halloween was the best when I was growing up. Candy aside, the idea of being someone else […]
Our lives have changed massively in the last year. Going out used to be easy: Do the 3 point Macarena check on the way out the door (wallet, keys, phone – thanks Los del Rio!) and off you went. Now things are a little different. Dad’s every day carry has changed dramatically. Even on my […]
Miscarriage, circumcision, inoculations, pacifiers, and bed sharing. Got a question about one of these topics? Stay away from forums. It’s a shame really, with freedom of speech finding the perfect home in online forums (a good thing, I’m not a proponent of censorship). While I think your primary source of information about anything medical should […]
A preface: I am not a woman, I do not know the bond between mother and child that is generated from breastfeeding. Furthermore I am not a psychologist and I can not explain the emotional trauma delivered to children who aren’t breastfed. I am, however, a dad who cares deeply for the well being of […]
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