What I Wish I Knew Then: Three lessons to ring in the new year – Part 3

In the third and final post of this series I share the most important lesson I've learned, and how it changed our family.

What I Wish I Knew Then: Three lessons to ring in the new year – Part 2

In the second of three posts, I share an important lesson that has helped me develop better relationships with my children.

New Year's

What I Wish I Knew Then: Three lessons to ring in the new year

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I say full because since we’ve had kids (twin 6 years old’s and a 4 year old) time has seemed to pass exponentially quicker.  There never seems to be enough time, and too many items on our list of “to do’s”. So slowing down, reconnecting, and reflecting on the year …

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Holidays and gift ideas to help dads

Help For The Holidays

The holidays can be stressful. Let this summary of resources and ways to enjoy the holidays with your family be a great guide for you.

It’s never too late

We talk so much about the importance of being involved "right from the start".  That can leave many men wondering if its too late for them to be a healthy, positive influence on their children.   It’s almost never too late to get involved with your kids.  Here are some words of encouragement from Involved Fathers: …

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Fathering After Separation

In a perfect world I suppose every relationship would remain intact til death do us part.  However, the reality is that sometimes relationships don't last and families find themselves needing to adapt to separation, divorce and other changes.  If this is you, here are some thoughts about adjusting: Grief and Loss For some people it …

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Dads in Blended Families Take it “One Step At a Time”

Any father might wonder at times what role he should play in his family.  Fathers in blended families probably have even more questions because they often have  more than one family to influence.  Here are some thoughts for step-dads: Children need to adjust to their parents’ new relationships.  Here are some things you can do …

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