Posts tagged Daddy Blogger
Being the father of a 4.5 year-old, I feel like a seasoned veteran in the parenting arena. But on the eve of becoming a father yet again (which could be one day or three weeks), I know that I am in for a whole new level of chaos.
Up until now, it has come down to simple math: 2 versus 1; Mom and Dad versus Son. Need a break? Sure, I got him. I need a break? Thanks best Wifey in the world! Soon, the teams will be even and while our son is on his way to self sufficiency, More >
I was at the doctor’s office the other day and get this, the INSERT POLITICALLY CORRECT NAME FOR THE PERSON THAT IS FORMALLY EDUCATED AND TRAINED IN THE CARE OF THE SICK AND INFIRM asked for my gender and gave two options: Male or Female. I couldn’t believe that in this day and age how sexist someone could be.
First, we have become so worried about sex that the word no longer is used to define our…sex. Gender is the term to define the societal and psychological characteristics you display while sex is used to define physical characteristics. Gender=Psychological. Sex=Physical. Somewhere More >
I read a post this morning on Boston.com by Erica Noonan discussing a double standard when it came to mommy and daddy blogs. You can find it here. It is a few days old, which is the equivalence of a decade in this new world of instant information, but still relevant.
The post is more of a question than an opinion — which is clearly stated at the end “Is there a double-standard about what dads can get away with saying about pregnancy, labor and parenting? Are women criticized too much for what they write and say?” Within the post, Ms. Noonan More >