From football, basketball, and baseball, to rugby, cricket, and NASCAR, fantasy sports are everywhere. But how can they be useful to divorced dads?
Going back to school can be a hectic, stressful time for kids. But divorced dads feel it, too. Here are some useful hints to help you both out.
Did you know June is Men’s Health Month? Here are some ways to get in the spirit, celebrate, improve your health, and prevent issues down the road!
One of our favorite ways to mark Father’s Day is to watch movies with the old man. Here are some great movie dads to watch with your father.
We like watching movies with dad, and we’ve compiled a list of great films to watch on Father’s Day, Halloween, Christmas, or just because.
If you and your ex have kids, you’re going to run into them at games, plays, and other events. It’s important to keep yourself in check in these cases.
Thanksgiving and other holidays can be tough times for newly divorced dads. Here are some tips and strategies to get through a difficult stretch.
There are many things divorced parents can do to successfully navigate their holiday custody schedule—and not so successfully.
Father’s Day may look a little bit different this year, thanks to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to celebrate dad!
Valentine’s Day can be lonely for the newly divorced, but you can beat the blues by spending it with your kids. Here are some of our favorite activities.
There’s so much to do this time of year, but it’s important to get into the spirit of the season. Here are some of our favorite Seattle holiday events for dad.