Sandy Dean is a work-from-home dad of two boys. He recently published a humor book called Stark Raving Dad: Poems for the Frazzled Parent in All of Us.
This week, Krazy Glue keeps the family together, my inability to remember names gets worse, and my kids have hoarder tendencies.
I’m alone at the Jersey shore.
This week, the air conditioner saves my sanity, we discuss the local pool, my fashion choices have changed over the years and my oldest is sensitive about soccer balls.
Curiosity is the reason for their constant requests for why the things are the way they are, why people do the things they do, and why they’re forced to go along for the ride.
This week, the kids see through my threats, my appliances are asked to do several jobs and the oldest is into bathroom calisthenics.
How many times this week have you issued the “five-minute warning” to your kids?
In case parents didn’t feel enough pressure in child-rearing, science is here to let us all know we’re probably failing in a few key areas of which we’re unaware.
This week, the 6-year-old turns into Mr. Krabs, my current weekend parenting philosophy and one of the reasons I’ve stopped dating for the foreseeable future.
This week, I give women advice on motivating their men, the 6-year-old compliments me, and I discover the odd origin of the word Dad.
DJ and Kingston Jierre Pryor went viral earlier this month after dad posted a video of the two sitting on the couch, discussing the end of dad’s favorite series. In…
Every once in a while, a reader will ask me for parenting advice. I’ll politely explain that asking me for guidance on raising children is like asking a monk for…
No matter how hard I push, persist, and plead, the 9-year-old isn’t a breakfast person.
This week, we play catch-up with some notes.