The Good Guys. Scott tells us about an unlikely path to raising twin boys, having a dad in the Marines, and the simple difference between good guys and bad guys.
What's My Dad Thing? Matt shares stories about mini corn dogs, Papa Wednesday, adventure clothing, a toilet tradition, and how to react when your kid licks stuff.
I Don't Care About Your Kids. Ryan’s son is just 10 months old, so his story is mostly about becoming a dad: deciding when it’s okay to even want a baby, paying for in-vitro fertilization, and all the drama and splendor of a premature, C-section birth.
One Thing I've Done Perfectly. Paul tells the stories of his violent upbringing, his mother’s illness, and his unusual route to the complex role of stepfather.
Everything Is Gonna Change. Steve talks about raising two boys, losing two parents, and coping with big changes.
A Guy Who Got a Phone Call. Danny talks about how his first wife fits into his second marriage, his son’s road to recovery, and what can happen if you say “yes” to coaching youth sports.
I Survived My Childhood, How Hard Could It Be? Ed reflects on his relationship with his father, parenting his now-grown children, and how it all just might fit together.
My Job Is to Work Myself out of a Job. Steve talks about how he and his wife Chris are raising two girls who are growing up fast, and how it feels to see his dad occupy the role of grandfather.
I'm Going to Be Better at This Than He Was. Mike looks back on some rough stuff from his youth, and how it made him want to be a better dad.