“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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Baby Talk

Baby Talk

Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I have a two-week-old baby and I’ve noticed that many new parents seem to spend a lot of time talking to their babies. That looks and sounds kind of cute, but I honestly don’t see the point since the kids can’t understand a word of what... read more

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Guide to Being a Happy Student + Are Teens Really Narcissistic

Guide to Being a Happy Student + Are Teens Really Narcissistic

Interviews with Paula Franzese, author of “A Short & Happy Guide to Being a College Student,” about how to be your best self in school, at work, and in life; and Alfie Kohn, author of “The Myth of the Spoiled Child,” about challenging the conventional wisdom about children and parenting.

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Reviews

Hopping Toward Easter

Hopping Toward Easter

Are you ready for the Easter Bunny to hop into your house? Fill your little ones’ baskets (and tummies) with these fun, spring items. Shakin Eggs (HABA USA) These eggs are perfect for baskets and never go bad. The kids will love them—not only for their bright colors,... read more
The Art of Happiness

The Art of Happiness

Art and childhood just seem to go together, don’t they? But who says adults can’t roll up their sleeves and get creative? This week we take a look at two traditional ways of making art, one less-traditional way to express your creativity, and one way to kick back and... read more

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