Buy your kids only the toys that you were deprived of as a child. For me, that was Star Wars. My childhood lightsaber was a cardboard wrapping paper tube. Two whacks and it went flaccid. My kids on the other hand have every lightsaber imaginable, from the telescopic cheapies, to official lightsaber replicas with authentic LucasFilm® sound effects. Sure they cry when I wallop them too hard, but painful is the path of the Jedi.
My wife Sarah's ovaries joined our Saturday morning lattés when she hit 30. Lacking in vocabulary, but clear in message, they cried one word, "BABY!" I took notice and wondered if women were naturally more ready to be parents than their male partners, or did they just feel more pressure because of the incessant tick-tock of their biological clock?
Marc Kielburger is a co-founder, along with his brother Craig, of Free The Children and Me to We, a social enterprise. They
Forget Mr. Right -- women these days are simply looking for Mr. Fertile. That's according to a team of British researchers
Being active in their children's lives is one goal most parents work hard at every day, and a new study suggests good news
He just turned 14 this past week and last night was his eighth grade graduation -- high school now beckons. Like every other
We don't live in a Leave it to Beaver society; our cultural norms don't set fathers up for success. But we can support their roles as caregivers and chip away at the macho male formula for success, where a man is measured by his paycheque, the title on his business card and the speed of his car.
It's Father's Day on Sunday but many won't be celebrating because they believe it has become too commercial. Nearly a quarter
About Dad Life
HuffPost Canada brings you the latest stories and videos about fatherhood.