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Our Top 7 Dad Stories of 2015
There are so many exciting, inspiring and heart warming dad stories on Mum’s Village but here are this year’s top 7 dad articles.
To Innocent Owino, his dad was disciplinarian and a hardworking man who taught him great life lessons. This includes being responsible and how to take care of the family. He might not have been overly religious but he was a respected man. Now a father of two, his desire to be half the man his father was.
Becoming a parent changes you. Being a single dad, the matter is no different. This article looks at dating for single dads according to a real dad’s experience. It also talks about the kind of woman a single dad is looking for as well as great tips for women dating single dads.
Eric wainanina talks about his happiest childhood memories and how he replicates this in his children’s lives. He also speaks about involving his children in his music career. Eric Wainaina takes us through a typical day in his life and how he maintains presence in his children’s lives. He then concludes with awesome advice for Kenyan dads.
Being a father revolves around patience, sacrifice and integrity. Fatherhood is a responsibility, a blessing and a joy. This is an insightful article about a dad’s discovery on what it actually means to be a father.
Neil Ribiero, a CEO of an international organization and a father of two shares how he manages to balance his career and family. Despite having to work and travel his family comes first. Get to know why he prefers living in Mombasa, what he does for recreation and how he keeps work from interfering with family.
Can playing with your children too much contribute to raising angry and depressed kids? Christopher Madison a father of two highlights four best tips for fathers on how to avoid falling into the over parenting trap.
Many moms are guilty of “maternal gatekeeping”. Learn how a mum with a “mum might know best” mentality, learnt to step aside and let dad do it his way. Dads do actually do it different and that’s okay.