“I GIVE DADS THE TOOLS, SUPPORT, AND REAL-WORLD STRATEGIES TO BE THE FATHERS THEY WANT TO BE–AND THEIR FAMILY NEEDS THEM TO BE.”


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Author

Armin’s books guide men through every step of fatherhood, from pregnancy through the teen years, and have sold more than two million copies.

Speaker

Armin speaks about fatherhood and men’s health around the country (and the world). He’s also a polished, experienced corporate spokesperson.

Expert

Armin’s work has been featured on hundreds of TV and radio shows and in dozens of major publications and websites. His newspaper column (“Ask. Mr. Dad”) and radio show (“Positive Parenting”) are syndicated nationally.

Blogger

MrDad.com, Armin’s blog, is one of the most popular parenting resources available online and was named as one of the top dad blogs by Mashable.com.

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Going Swimming? Keep Your Mouth Shut

Going Swimming? Keep Your Mouth Shut

Dear Mr. Dad: My family loves to swim, and every year my wife and I have the same argument. I say that swimming pools are filthy and I tell our kids to keep their mouth closed while they’re in the water. My wife says that chlorine kills any dangerous germs and that... read more
Sometimes Tickling Is Anything But Funny

Sometimes Tickling Is Anything But Funny

Dear Mr. Dad: In one of your columns a few months ago, you responded to a new dad who wasn’t feeling terribly connected to his baby. Your advice was realistic and sensible, except for one thing: toward the end of your answer, you recommended that he tickle his baby.... read more

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Fun Ways Your Teenagers Can Learn about History

Fun Ways Your Teenagers Can Learn about History

Remember those history classes in school? We’d scribble down dates, learn the names of politicians, kings, and queens from giant text books, and perhaps watch a documentary hosted by an old man in a brown blazer. But does that really bring history to life? How can we... read more

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Kids in the Kitchen — Now You’re Cooking!

Kids in the Kitchen — Now You’re Cooking!

Cooking is a wonderful family activity on so many levels. It help build kids’ confidence and creativity, encourages math skills, teaches about cause and effect, builds hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, increases the chance that they’ll eat healthier foods... read more
Come on, Kiddo, Time for Bed

Come on, Kiddo, Time for Bed

Getting kids to go to bed—and stay there—is no easy feat. Many parents dread the nightly routine, starting kids who whine, cry, make increasingly bizarre demands, throw tantrums, and do anything else they can think of to stay up. If you’re looking to make bedtime a... read more

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