Mommy Masters welcomes dad Keith Lex,who shares his perspective on fatherhood and why his way works for him. His wife may not agree but at the end of the day, it all gets done!
“Around 2am, my wife and I were bottle feeding our six month old twins. She was leaning over the bassinet feeding our daughter and I was crouched on the other side of the double bassinet, feeding our…Continue
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We welcome dad, J.D., also known as “Papa Bear”, visiting us from DadPost.com, who shares his perspective on how dads get left out when it comes to advertisers and Hollywood. He is a passionate father who believes dads need to be recognized for their dedication and hard work, and deserve to share the spotlight with women!
I get up every morning to get the kids ready. I make breakfast,…Continue
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What’s your mother tongue? Mine’s English, and it is probably called ‘mother tongue’ at least in part because traditionally the main care giver would have been your mother or another woman, and you would have received most of…Continue
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Maternal instinct: a mother's innate instinct to protect and care for her offspring. Why is there no term "Paternal Instinct"? Does the concept exist? Is it learned and not innate?
I have a friend who is in his early fifties. He desperately wants a child. He is looking into all the different ways to have (get?) one. I think it is cool. I wonder why I don’t think it is especially "cool" when a…
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My firstborn has a gift of gab that regularly makes me smile, shake my head, or laugh out loud and/or temporarily lose control of bodily functions. But on the other side of all those comical quips are the occasional words that break my heart.
A few days ago, as I was administering morning milk and diaper changes and bleary-eyed snuggles as usual, both toddlers tugging on me and grappling for a prime lap spot, Gunnar firmly grabbed my knee, looked me in the eye, and said, "I want…Continue
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My recent blog “I Swore I Would Never” seems to have struck a chord with a few readers. Many of you have responded and told me how much you have enjoyed this blog. Here’s what one reader had to say:
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