This episode of the DADUP podcast brings in the big brains. Join hosts Todd, Jimmy, and Jason as they interview Yale University’s Dr. Kyle Pruett. He’s a practicing child psychologist who sees firsthand how positive the effects of an involved father can be. Read More
The first episode of the DADUP podcast starts in the toilet. Well, technically that’s where we want it to end up. Join hosts Todd, Jimmy, and Jason as they dive right into the world of potty training. Believe it or not, there are professionals that can help you if you’re running into some resistance when it comes to the porcelain throne. We talked to Allison Jandu, a potty training consultant who really knows her… Read More
Full disclosure: I write this as my nearly three year old daughter is upstairs, on the couch, watching Frozen for the millionth time because she can’t go outside and play. She’s got a broken leg (and a sweet purple, sparkly cast).
So she’s been getting some extra screen time lately.
This is the first time my wife and I have dealt with a child with a broken bone and it comes with some interesting revelations.
Sure, it’s a great resource, but with access comes all of the hazards. Cyberbullying. Sexual Predators. Adult Content. Online Dares. If the thought of protecting your daughters from all of those dangers and the many others that are out there, it wouldn’t hurt to look for some help. Bark may be the answer for you.
There’s a company called Michigan [AR] Scavenger Hunt and they promise a truly unique and immersive outdoor experience. The scavenger hunt combines the latest augmented reality and geo-location technologies to create an adventure exploring the most interesting areas in West Michigan.
Sounds great, right? So I took my daughter Grace and her bestie Brielle to try it out and here’s what we discovered.
The door opened and the sound of the wind was deafening. It blasted against my body as I stepped out onto the plane’s landing gear. Grasping on to the strut under the wing, I looked down to see the patchwork of Midwest farmland and knew that there was no turning back. This would be my first unassisted skydive.
I felt… confident.
If you know nothing else about us here at Daddy Daughter Time, there’s one thing you should learn. We value time. Spending quality time with our daughters is the basis of our entire organization. So when should that time start?
Should it be when she’s old enough to not be breastfed anymore? Do we wait until she’s developed a limited but understandable vocabulary? Or maybe we should wait until she’s old enough to understand the concept of a father versus a mother? Read More
There’s no use denying it. Your kids’ childhood is going to be much more digital and connected than the one you may have had. And while, with reasonable caution, many in my generation hesitate and try to deny their children screen time, there is a voice that offers a counterpoint to the nervous parents bemoaning the glow of the screen they see daily in their youngsters faces… Read More
The big game is almost here. We don’t know which team you’re rooting for this year during the Super Bowl but if we could build a dream team consisting solely of Disney’s princesses, we’re pretty sure we could give any NFL team a run for their money.
Feel free to add any other player suggestions in the comments at the bottom.
Now huddle up. It’s time to “play like a girl.” Here are our starters.