Category: Just for Dads

Doing Good Things Series: The Man Van

By Guest Blogger Jay Callahan I began my blog at www.jmclaincallahan.com in 2016 and it had a great first year. It was runner-up for best Winston-Salem blog of the year...

A Dad’s Perspective on Kindergarten

By Guest Blogger John (J.P.) Mundy “Just when you think you know the answers, I change the questions.” – Dr. ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper, Chairman Emeritus, Applied...

A Marriage Restored

By Guest Blogger Suzanne Danhauer 2015 was one of the most painful years of my life. I never want to repeat it, and at the same time I am intensely grateful for it. We...

In the Blink of an Eye

By Guest Blogger Stacy Leighton Shhhh…Do you hear that? It’s the sound of every parent of school age children everywhere breathing a sigh of relief. Their...

The Divorce Fairytale: Part 4 “Blending Families”

By Guest Blogger Clare Jordan Today’s post completes a 4-part series that Clare has generously shared with TMoM readers. If this is the first day you are tuning...

Just Go With It

By Guest Blogger Sandy Harper One of the funniest memes I’ve seen on social media recently (pictured below) was “I was the perfect parent, until I had kids.” ...

The Divorce Fairytale: Part 3 “Remarrying”

By Guest Blogger Clare Jordan Today’s post is the third post in a four-part series that explores lessons learned through divorcing, dating, remarrying, and blending...

A Dad’s Advice to the Class of 2016

By Guest Blogger Keith Tilley When I think about the advice I’d like to give this year’s graduating class, it comes from a position of experience. If you want to...

Open Letter from Teacher: End of the Year

By Guest Blogger Kelly Nichols It happens without fair warning. Days get longer, weather gets warmer, flowers bloom, and the busyness of spring is here. If March comes...

Parents’ Night Out Options in the Triad

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders I’m sure every parent will agree they can use a few hours off now and then. Instead of worrying about finding a baby sitter though, try...