Collector Of The Week – Where Does He Get Those Wonderful Toys

A new week means a new post for Collector of the Week here at The Art of Fatherhood. As a fellow geek and collector of all things Pop Culture I wanted to showcase some cool collections that dads share in our community. We talk about the latest movies, toys, comic books, and video games that … Read more

Geeking Out Over The Past And Present 

Please note: I teamed up with HBO Max for this article, but my thoughts are my own.  One of my favorite shows growing up as a kid was Batman: The Animated Series. The series debuted back in 1992. This show was something that I had never seen before. It was dark and the animation was … Read more

What Type Of Beer Would Prince Charming Drink?

Last week when I was grocery shopping I came across something that brought me back to when my kids were toddlers. It was the good2grow drinks. These drinks contained juice that also had the heads of Disney characters on the top of each bottle. Back in the day my kids had the ones with Tinkerbell and … Read more

These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 53 – Dads Teaching Their Kids Life Skills

This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I wanted to put the spotlight on dads who are teaching their kids life skills. We all want our kids to be successful as they venture out into the world. These fathers are trying to make that possible for their kids. If there are any other dads that … Read more

Thomas Morestead Talks Fatherhood, Middle School Rules And Playing In The NFL

Thomas Morestead talks with me about his fatherhood journey. He shares the values he is looking to instill into his kids as they grow up. In addition we talk about his book he wrote with Sean Jensen called, The Middle School Rules of Thomas Morstead. Next, we talk about his time in the NFL and … Read more

Board Games For New Parents

When The Game of Life came out, it was very popular. People still love to play that game. For those who never played, it is a game that simulates a person’s travels through his or her life. You go from college to retirement, with jobs, marriage, and possible children along the way. I played that … Read more