On Tuesday, over 100 blog posts celebrated Multicultural Children’s Book Day.
Dad All Day considers Kristin Cavallari’s posting of her husband’s text messages to her.
Maple Brown Sugar explains some concerns that she has about safety and blogging.
This is a big reading week here. On Tuesday, we had Multicultural Children’s Book Day. On Monday, Guppy’s school started Parents as Reading Partners, or PARP. Reading is important; it’s a basic life skill. Without the ability to read, you struggle with most basic tasks. Without the ability to read, many careers are blocked off. But it’s more than just teaching kids to read. Loving reading is important as well. I love books, and I want my children to as well. Continue reading Reading with Your Child
We had a guest over a couple of weekends ago. He (or she; the gender of this guest was fluid and actually changed during its stay) was soft, cuddly, fuzzy, and brown. And stuffed. Fluffy, Guppy’s class rabbit, came to spend the weekend at our house. Continue reading Fluffy the Rabbit Comes to Visit
I like Beer & Babies talks about her children’s experiences starting at a new school.
Full Time Butt Wiper asks many good questions to fathers who don’t want to pay child support.
When the Dust Settles realizes that his son is a teenager, and has sees how he’s changed.
Dad and Buried thinks about why dads don’t read his blog, or about parenting.