“The only way I can describe [fatherhood] – it sounds stupid – but at the end of ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas,’ you know his heart grows like five times? Everything is full; it’s just full all the time.”

– Matt Damon, actor

Whether you’re a father-to-be or going on kid number three, there’s always something new to learn. We developed this site to create a single resource to answer your parenting questions, prove that dads are reliable parents, and to help you be the best dad you can be.

So, whether you’re preparing for the birth of the child or shipping them off to college, we’ve compiled helpful information and broken it down by categories below.


Congratulations! You’re going to be a father. The next nine months are going to be both exhilarating and terrifying at the same time! Oh, and there’s a lot of things to learn between now and when baby arrives. We’ve collected a lot of information to help you get started down this amazing journey!

Learn more about Pregnancy


Everything changes for both you and your partner once your baby is born. Most of these changes are joyous, but sometimes issues like postpartum depressions and anxiety can make things more challenging that you anticipated. It may be hard, but you can get through it!

Learn more about Postpartum


The first year of life is filled with many milestones and changes. So many so, that it’s sometimes difficult to keep up and you’ll undoubtedly find yourself shocked at home much your baby has grown and developed in such a short amount of time.

Learn more about Infants


Crawling, walking, running, and climbing. The toddler years are full of self-exploration and discovery for both you and your young one.

Learn more about Toddlers


Childhood is an important time for your kid’s development. Unstructured playtime, either alone or with friends, will be just as important as the structured educational activities they’ll be receiving while they’re in school.

Learn more about Kids


You thought the two’s were bad? Just wait until high school! At this age, your child will probably think they know more than you, but it’s important to remember that despite this, the teenage years are still crucial for their development.

Learn more about Teens

Young Adults

At this point, you may be suffering (or celebrating!) from an ’empty nest.’ Whether your child is away at college, working, or traveling the world with their new found freedom, you’ll never stop being a dad.

Learn more about Young Adults

Special Needs

We all hope for healthy, happy babies. The thought of having a child with special needs can be overwhelming, but understanding the signs and symptoms can help you and your child.

Learn more about Special Needs