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2811, 2023
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The Importance of One-on-One

By |November 28th, 2023|

I delight in that time that is exclusively ours. Time spent one-on-one with either of my daughters is a rare treat for dad and daughter. Making exclusive time for my children is critical for us. Our relationships are so much better for it.

2411, 2023
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A Day to Remember

By |November 24th, 2023|

Opportunities to seek out adventure are only limited by your imagination and budget, but there are ways to escape inexpensively. An adventure together was exactly what the girls and I needed, and an educational road trip could be a good place to start.

2211, 2023
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Wedding Stress Tamed!

By |November 22nd, 2023|

Planning a wedding is busy and stressful. There’s lots to think about and lots of factors to consider in every decision: the budget, the aesthetic, and the cost-benefit analysis.

311, 2023
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Remember November 11

By |November 3rd, 2023|

The eleventh day of the eleventh month is a solemn day around the world. Many people call it Remembrance Day. The Daily Dad remembers members of the military with gratitude.

2810, 2023
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Be a Contender

By |October 28th, 2023|

Don’t be like Brando’s character Terry Malloy in "On the Waterfront"; instead, be a contender! Fight for your family – your kids will thank you one day.

1710, 2023
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Play on Words

By |October 17th, 2023|

Apparently, a strong-willed child (I parent one) needs their soft underbelly affirmed five times for each critique.

1310, 2023
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Adventure Awaits (Part 2 of 2)

By |October 13th, 2023|

Here's the thing about adventures: not only are they educational and great fun; they create incredible, never-to-be-forgotten memories that you and your kids will cherish forever.

310, 2023
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Tidal Pull

By |October 3rd, 2023|

My heart lifts when I see my daughters cradled in healthy conversations with my parenting helpers.

1809, 2023
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7 Proven Tips for a Happy Home

By |September 18th, 2023|

I love this article, published by Time, to help parents like me make the most of these short years we have with our kids: "How to Have a Happy Family – 7 Tips Backed by Research".

809, 2023
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Once a Father, Always a Father

By |September 8th, 2023|

When your children have their own children, you get a promotion and join the elite group known as grandfathers. This elevation provides you with a whole new set of responsibilities, opportunities and joys.

809, 2023
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50 Positive Affirmations for Dads

By |September 8th, 2023|

Whether new to the dad guild or a veteran dad-lifer, blunt affirmations offer sharp relief. Telling ourselves objective truths keeps us fit for the fight.

109, 2023
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Helping Dads Be the Best They Can Be

By |September 1st, 2023|

First things first: Happy Father’s Day! It’s an honour to be communicating with you on this most important and special day. Whether you’re a father of younger or older kids, a grandfather, or a father figure to some precious people in your life, our prayer here at Dads4Kids is that ...

2908, 2023
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What Father’s Day Means to Me

By |August 29th, 2023|

Father’s Day for me is always a list of questions. For example, how can the fatherless write anything good about fatherhood? Ask for a positive vibe, joyful word, or quirky rhyme, and all I once could offer in response was numb bewilderment. I had learned the hard way that sharing ...

2608, 2023
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Celebrate Father’s Day

By |August 26th, 2023|

Today, we are excited to give you the first glimpse of our new Dads4Kids Father’s Day Community Service Announcement/TV adverts. Richard Attieh and his team at the Australian Television & Media Group have done a great job. See it below. We expect Channel 7 Metro and the regional stations ...


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