The Brown Girl with Long Hair talks about racism, and other forms of discrimination, against kids.
Michael Douglas writes in the LA Times about when his son first encountered antisemitism.
Mommies Drink thinks about worthiness to be loved and to love herself (she is).
The link to The Brown Girl with Long Hair was incorrectly titled. It has been fixed, and the people involved have been sacked.
One More Dad Blog calls out the “Real Men Don’t” fallacy.
I am no Curt Shilling fan, but I absolutely love how he handled two of the boys making crude remarks about his daughter. (Warning: very NSFW language).
You Are Dad to Me looks at the difference between ice time and screen time.
Delightful Children’s Books explains why comics are so important for kids.
Dashboard Dad writes a beautiful piece that escapes description. All I can say is it is a wonderful ode to someone with non-verbal autism.
The Good Men Project looks at why we discourage boys from having emotional friendships.
Make Your Own Damn Dinner listed 10 ways in which she is ruining her childrens’ lives. I have about 5 of those things on my list also.
Underdaddy’s tribute to Oren Miller, a long-time dad blogger who announced this week that he is now at the end of his life. There were too many tributes to link to, so I picked this one.
RIP Leonard Nemoy.
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.
Jimmy Kimmel asked people for their passwords … and got them.
The New York Times looked at a single father taking care of his family.
Missguided Mama thought about the rules in her house.
IT in the D went to his local comic book shop with his daughter, and what he realized was an eye-opener.