31 May 2009

Forget the mommyblogger movement– here come the daddybloggers!

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2006_april_14_dad_nate_computerKeith Wilcox is a stay-at-home dad blogging about his two kids and family life– providing a distinctly male perspective and quite outspoken.  Some examples: four exercises that will make you a better parent, busting your child out of a locked car, why talking to your kid in baby talk just infantilizes them, what to do with too many toys, and being a revolutionary parent.

There are tie-in’s to general psychology.  For instance, lavish praise doesn’t spoil a child. Studies show that the childhoods of successful leaders are absurdly full of encouragement– you just can’t encourage them too much, odd as that may seem.

Update:

For a list of top daddy bloggers on the web– check out this comprehensive list of 115 sites.

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