Why Dads Matter | Involved Dads Make a Huge Difference

Several of the videos that have gone “viral” for MomCave have been themed around being a single mom, feeling like a single mom, dealing with an absent father, or making fun of (some!) dads. Out of the hundreds of videos and memes we’ve made over the years, somehow these were the ones that struck a chord. Though 90% of the comments on these videos are positive, the 10% that aren’t usually go something like, “You must hate men. Not all […]

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Saying NO to Kids | From the DadCave: ‘No’ is My Love Language

Guest post from Developing Dad. I am spending the summer home with my sons. They are 5 and 7. I fully appreciate the unencumbered, freewheeling imagination of these bright young boys. I do. I say this as a disclaimer to be applied to what might be considered a hurtful thing to say did you not know how truly enamored and impressed I am with these children. They are the apple of my eye and the light of my life. They […]

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BBC Dad | Parenthood Considered at Odds with Professionalism. But Why?

Unless you’re living under a rock (and maybe even then if you have wifi), you’ve seen the video of professor/dad Robert Kelly that went viral this week. During a very professorial if somewhat dry explanation about South Korea on the BBC, his interview was hilariously interrupted by first a toddler, then a baby in a walker, and then a panicked wife/mom trying to corral them away. The departure of the toddler knocks over some books stacked on a bed, which […]

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