Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties, or toughness. It's the stuff heroes are made of and is something I hope every parent can show their kid(s) during these times. With all the chaos, fear and social distancing happening we need to be able to teach our children how to be resilient in … Continue reading Teaching Your Child Resilience in 2020
Potty training can be one of the most difficult and hair pulling experience for parents. Having the information on what to expect will really ease one's mind so here's some help. 😊 The first thing that I want to relay to parents is that infants have a reflex, called the gastrocolic reflex, that makes them … Continue reading Practices to follow for potty training a child
The TikTok app is one of the hottest apps for people to upload, up to one minute, videos as well as pictures for the world to see. This app in my opinion has cleaned up quite a bit compared to when it first debuted. This is no longer an app just for the youth and … Continue reading Why parents shouldn’t fear their child getting on TikTok
So for those of you that follow me on social media you'll know last Tuesday I posted about a special moment that happened to my family. Well I didn't think that was enough praise so here's a blog post too! 😆 On February 4, 2020 my fiancee, Bruce and I were at Wal-Mart shopping for … Continue reading Pay it forward: When a simple act of kindness can restore hope!
DaysoftheDad is excited to say that last year "babies" had their own category on Google Trends due to the amount of searches performed! For those of you that don't know about Google Trends as of yet please let me explain what it has to offer just in case it's something you might enjoy like me. … Continue reading Google Trends shows 2019 as the year for babies!
Since writing the DaysoftheDad article "How to deal with allergies as a father: Everything from food allergies to EpiPen use" I've been watching articles about food allergies. I know that there a lot of children out there with food allergies and want to make sure their parents are equipped with information to live life to … Continue reading An Awesome Development in Food Allergy Research for Children: AllerGenis 2020
I know for most parents like me changing a diaper can be a nightmare. 🤢 It's not only due to the rancid smell these little angels somehow make, but more often than not it's because they just don't stay still during the diaper change. Toddlers getting their diapers changed can squirm more than a worm … Continue reading Five Great Tips for Parents when Changing a Diaper
Luckily my son doesn't yet have the ability to get onto Netflix, Disney+, Hulu or YouTube in order to find something to watch on his own. 🙌 Not saying it won't happen soon. I'm just saying that most first time parents don't think of this when they first allow their child to watch content on … Continue reading Warning for my fellow parents: Keep an eye on what your kids watch
Happy New Year everyone I'm glad that we made it without the world going to war over the Star Wars franchise's The Rise of Skywalker (If you're not following it you're missing out 🤣). I want to start off by wishing everyone that reads this happiness, health and growth (not the perverted kind guys 😐) … Continue reading The Big Question: What is it Like Being a Stay-At-Home Dad? #2020
As a new dad myself food allergies were at the top of the list I had to worry about for my new baby boy Bruce's health. You best believe that before we tried anything that wasn't specifically baby food we looked up common food allergies, how to avoid allergy issues if necessary and found some … Continue reading How to deal with allergies as a father: Everything from food allergies to EpiPen use