• Dads Can Keep Busy
    Daddy Talk

    How Dads Can Keep Busy and Stay Entertained!

    Let’s be honest, moms have a really difficult job, but so do dads as well. And that’s why it’s important for us to have our own time. We can use this time to keep busy and entertained, and enjoy the hobbies we have. Here are some of the best things you can do to keep busy and stay entertained. Sport One of the best hobbies and pastimes you can take up is to play sports. It’s an excellent way of keeping entertained and getting fit at the same time. So, you need to think about what sports you may want to take up. There are a lot of new sports…

  • Dads and Divorce
    Daddy Talk,  Family

    Dads And Divorce: Everything You Need To Know

    Divorce can be a harrowing process for both parents. Are you going through a divorce? Are you looking for advice about your rights and applying for custody? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will provide valuable information to help you cope with the relevant legal processes. It will also help to make sure you emerge the other side with a positive outcome. Before you start legal proceedings Before you file for divorce, it’s wise to do some research about your rights. Often, with custody battles, people assume that mothers will automatically be given the lion’s share of access. However, this is not always the case, and…

  • Gaming Advice for Dads
    Daddy Talk,  Gaming

    Gaming Advice for Dads

    Dads have been using gaming as a way to unwind since the halcyon days of arcade games and Pong. Gaming has changed a lot since then; today’s games are technological marvels with realistic graphics, immersive gameplay, and Internet connectivity (for massive multiplayer games). Gaming offers everything from real-time casinos to fantasy, sports, or warfare. Games You Play without Your Kids Gaming is a great way to relax. After the kids are off to school or tucked away for bedtime (provided you don’t have to work), you can get your game on (provided your wife doesn’t have other plans). What you play is up to you, unless you’ve been living under…

  • Dads Inforgraphic for Black Friday
    Daddy Talk

    Infographic: Dad’s Black Friday Survival Guide

    Dads. They’re the unsung heroes on Black Friday. They drive packs of kids to and from the mall that day. They wait in parking lots while their wives ransack favorite department stores. They do so much of the work that makes Black Friday possible and get none of the credit. Well, dads of the world, we can’t give you a trophy for your acts of Black Friday selflessness, but we can show you how to make your Black Friday a little bit more enjoyable and a whole lot less stressful. Dad’s Black Friday Survival Guide Created by: Ebates Step 1: Be a Park Shark There are a lot of things…

  • Father Teaching Son
    Daddy Talk,  Family

    How Can Dads Teach Their Children About Energy Efficiency?

    Conserving energy in the face of global warming and the exhaustion of limited fossil fuel resources is vital for the future well being of everyone on the planet. Renewable energy has thus come to the forefront of political and indeed personal thinking, at local, regional, national and international levels. Governments, scientists and businesses are engaged in promoting green energy solutions, and many individuals at home and at work are proactive in their efforts to conserve energy and use it more efficiently. So, where are children in this equation? They are certainly consumers of energy but how much do they know about the importance of energy efficiency and how do parents…

  • Daddy Talk,  Family,  Featured

    How Dads Can Help Their Kids Get Ready For School

    It’s almost time to get kids back to school, and moms everywhere are getting ready. What are dads doing? If you are a dad who wants to help get your child ready for school, use the following tips. Dads being involved in education, even something as simple as getting your child ready for school, can make a huge impact on your child’s academic performance this year. Go School Shopping Show interest in your child’s school by going school shopping for supplies. You may not know what they need, but you can pick up a list. If mom already has that covered, tag along and help. Play with your kids and…