There are so many types of dads out here and the term “being present” means so many things. To the dad who lives at home with his kids, being present may look like putting down your digital device long enough to give your kids attention. To the long-distance dad, being present may look like using creative ways to spend time with your children. To empty nest dads, finding a way to stay involved in your children’s lives when they no longer live at home is a challenge.
The holidays are special times for most families. But there are families who are separated for one reason or another. One of the biggest challenges for separated fathers is feeling a loss of connection with their children.
The holidays can be stressful. Let this summary of resources and ways to enjoy the holidays with your family be a great guide for you.
Sometimes dads find themselves parenting in less-than-ideal situations.
Many dads begin to ask themselves, “How can I be an involved dad when I don’t see my child every day?” Here are some important things to remember and act on as you go through difficult seasons.
In the third and final post of this series I share the most important lesson I’ve learned, and how it changed our family.