Friday, January 18, 2008

Articles by Subject

Top 10 Badass Dad Posts--Author's choice
Top 10 Badass Dad Posts--by Hits

Fathering
On Being a New Dad
The Breastfeeding Father
In Defense of Fatherhood
Putting Family First
10 Rules for being a role Model
Communicating with your Spouse
Education vs. Schooling (On Steve-Olson.com)
Baby Wearing
The Power of Language in Childhood
The Sex Talk
Potty Training
Activities for a Rainy Day
Changes
Imagination and Curiosity
Should Bookstores be Socially Responsible?
Is Bedtime Badtime?
Camping with Children
Father's Day
Traveling with Kids
Not Ruining your Kids
Patience and Understanding; Discipline and Arguments
Bringing Home Bad Habits
Quantity over Quality
Full Measure of Devotion
Subtle Messages of Lower Expectation for Fathers

Pregnancy and Childbirth
On Being a New Dad
The Breastfeeding Father
Fighting Hospitals vs. Fighting Insurance Companies
Fighting the Insurance Company part II
What to Expect during the First Trimester
Finding out the Sex of your Baby
What to Expect during the Third Trimester
Getting Ready for the Birth

Consumerism
Giving Up TV
10 Altertatives to Conventional TV
20 Great Books to get you Reading
Not Willing to Give Up TV? Tame it
9 Ways to be more Productive
Marketing TV to Children
Should Bookstores be Socially Responsible?
One Year without TV
Why I hate Hannah Montana
How the Baby Boomers Sold Us Out
Are the Sexes Equal?
Not Ruining your Kids
Citizenship and Personal Freedom
Bringing Home Bad Habits
I love Halloween
An Open Letter to Sesame Street Concerning Breastfeeding
Getting the Kids Involved in the Holidays
I Believe in Santa Claus
Murder/Suicide is not Badass

Communicating with Family
Putting Family First
5 Reasons to Simplify your Life
Valentines Day
Communicating with your Spouse
The Power of Language in Childhood
The Sex Talk
Potty Training
Activities for a Rainy Day
Changes
Imagination and Curiosity
Is Bedtime Badtime?
Camping with Children
Traveling with Kids
"We'll See;" the art of putting off answers
Are the Sexes Equal?
Not Ruining your Kids
Co-Sleeping
Patience and Understanding; Discipline and Arguments
Bringing Home Bad Habits
Learning how to Lose
Quantity over Quality
Our Family Pet and Protector
Getting the Kids Involved in the Holidays

Education
Hostile Educational Climate of Testing
Education vs. Schooling (On Steve-Olson.com)
How the Baby Boomers Sold Us Out

Simplifying
5 Reasons to Simplify your Life
10 Rules for being a role Model
5 Quotes to Live By
9 Ways to be more Productive
Activities for a Rainy Day
Getting the Kids Involved in the Holidays

Living Mindfully
Communicating with your Spouse
Education vs. Schooling (On Steve-Olson.com)
10 Ways to Claim Your Day
20 Great Books to get you Reading
5 Keys to Mindful Behavior
5 Quotes to Live By
The Power of Language in Childhood
9 Ways to be more Productive
Activities for a Rainy Day
Changes
Should Bookstores be Socially Responsible?
Why I hate Hannah Montana
How the Baby Boomers Sold Us Out
Are the Sexes Equal?
Not Ruining your Kids
Patience and Understanding; Discipline and Arguments
Citizenship and Personal Freedom
Bringing Home Bad Habits
Quantity over Quality
Getting the Kids Involved in the Holidays
Whatever Happened to Intrinsic Value?

Loss
The Worst thing a Parent can Go Through
An offering of Feelings for Violette and Tracey
Seven Letters for Violette Throughout her Life

1 comment:

NZ Homebirther said...

Hi
I'm the editor of the Waikato Home Birth Association magazine in New Zealand. Our next issue has a focus on fathers and I stumbled across your site while looking for info for Dads, preferably written by Dads. I enjoyed reading your posts - they are excellent, and I think Dads here in NZ would enjoy this site. I would like to ask permission to include some of your posts in our next magazine. I would like to include the babywearing one (with the photo of you if that's okay) and the breastfeeding father one if that would be okay and also some of the comments you made about how you felt when your first baby was born. We are a voluntary organisation so I cannot offer payment but we can profile your website in the mag, and send you a copy of the magazine, and we would ensure that anything we use is copyrighted to you, and as well, I will check you are happy with anything I include before it gets printed. Our website is www.homebirth.org.nz and our email is waikato@homebirth.org.nz.
I understand from reading your latest post that you are having a very difficult time right now with hurricane, sick children and so on. There is no hurry to reply - our magazine deadline is awhile away yet. Thinking of you all over there and trust that things will get better.
Regards Ruth, Hamilton, NZ