It seems to me—and I could be completely wrong—that there are more resources for legal advice and fathers’ rights than fatherhood in general.
I spend 50% of my waking, weekday hours away from my wife and son. Why should I make that any worse so that Ian can do inverse functions before he can tie his shoes?
I generally try to avoid getting involved in the heady realm of Norwegian politics, but an issue has arisen which has serious, potential implications for fathers, our sons, and the very soul of manhood.
The excuse of omission to avoid ‘advocating’ is wearing a little thin. Anyone who’s seen Desperate Housewives or Friends knows that NBC is by no means an advocate for Christianity. If anything, NBC is a champion of all things secular. Was there really any danger in viewers mistaking NBC for TBN?
Last week, a group of students in New Bedford, Massachusetts held a funeral for the problems facing them and their friends.
If someone told you to jump from a bridge, would you do it? Of course not! But what if that person were your father?
The Vancouver Public Library has a free reading program called Man in the Moon that helps fathers of babies learn nursery rhymes.