Mr. Dad: The Scientific Case for the 5-Second Rule

Dear Mr. Dad: We’re a few months away from becoming parents for the first time and we’ve been sanitizing our house to prepare it for our baby. We’ve got antibacterial soaps all over the place—no [...]

Book Excerpt: Notes From A Developing Dad

Dadhood is often a make-it-up-as-you-go adventure. It's trial and error and doing it again better next time. A new book by Joe Medler, Notes from a Developing Dad, chronicles his own adventures raising two boys. [...]

Is Being a Stay-At-Home Dad For You?

As an at-home dad (AHD) who works a few part-time jobs two or three nights a week, I can tell you that no paying job is as rewarding as being an at-home parent. Becoming an [...]

Are You Creating Kids of Character?

“The direction our kids are heading is troubling.” Michael Rouse, CEO of ESF Camps & Experiences, said this at a recent event at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, PA. He was there to co-host [...]

What Does It Mean To Be A Man In Today’s World?

Join the Conversation at The Nantucket Project's Father's Forum Around our office, one frequent topic is the link between the changing face of fatherhood and the new definition of masculinity. That there is a link is clear. [...]