How To Set Up Speed Limits When It Comes To Your Kids And The Internet 

Moderation. It sounds easy, but when something becomes addicting it is hard to use self-restraint. One of the biggest addictions that is out there is our connection to our smartphones and tablets. Both adults and kids can fall into the trap of becoming fixated on our devices. As parents we need to teach our kids … Read more

One Of The Greatest Compliments A Parent Can Receive 

Last month my wife and I received one of the greatest compliments parents could experience.  Even better than the compliment was the person who said it. While my family and I were giving thanks for our anniversary breakfast that our daughters prepared for us on our actual anniversary, my oldest daughter said, “I hope that … Read more

Tom Kreffer Talks Fatherhood, His New Book Dear Dory And More 

Tom Kreffer was able to share his thoughts on fatherhood with me. We talk about his fatherhood journey and how he prepared for fatherhood. After that we talk about his book, Dear Dory. Lastly we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. Tom Kreffer On Fatherhood  Art Eddy: What popped into your mind when you found out … Read more

These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 79 – Dads Raising Awareness For Autism   

This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I am highlighting dads who are raising awareness on Autism. These dads are sharing their fatherhood journey and knowledge. Make sure you check out their websites and podcasts. They are great resources for parents with kids who are on the Autism spectrum. If there are any other dads … Read more

Can’t Miss Recipes For Kids – The Breakthrough Cookbook Parents And Kids Will Love

What’s for dinner? That question can instantly create a panic attack for parents whose kids are picky eaters. We all have been at the dinner table pleading with our kids to eat at least four pieces of green beans. Meals with the family can be a stressful time. We hear “I’m not hungry” or “I … Read more

How Many Sticky Notes Make You Popular?

For kids, middle school and high school are the years where they start to figure out their own identity. Each child is different and matures in their own way. It is not a cookie cutter system by any means. Yet, I feel that during this time in a kid’s life they are looking out into … Read more