You may not know his name yet... but you will. Nate Bargatze is gaining audiences in the comedy world for his rare kind of funny: the clean-cut kind!
Pre-baby, Saturday was laundry day. Post-baby, every day is laundry day.
Donald Trump hasn't won 2016 yet. But there's a chance he will, and that's reason enough to leave the planet earth.
Every workplace has a lunchroom. And in each lunchroom, there among the rows of tables, chairs and filthy microwaves, are certain individuals. Here at Miserable Cubicles Incorporated, I've identified these folks.
There are some things you just give up on when you have as many kids as we do (Okay, many things. Lots of things. A whole life of things.). Like the yard. And a clean house. And spontaneously eating out for dinner. But that's beside the point.
In a TMFS sketch, the head of Catholic Republicans For America reacts to the visit of Pope Francis to the United States.
There are a few moments in life when our mettle as men is tested. Getting into a fist fight is one. Having a baby is another. You can prepare for either of these, but until you go through it, you never really know how you will respond.
Just say no. Can you drive Aunt Myrtle to the airport Wednesday afternoon? "No, I can't." Period. Once you start to explain why you can't, you're doomed because you have opened the door to negotiation. Let's practice.
With the understanding that this too shall pass, if your teen is just venting angst, than it's OK to just laugh it off and let them vent. Remember, they feel safest with you to express their innermost feelings.
The Daddy Diaries. Chapter 15. He blinded me with science. A new dad is lying on the couch, a place where he used to go to drink beer, cuddle with h...
Here are my top ten signs and other non-verbal communication methods that we use with our non-babies. I'm going to start using them more often.
When asked how things were left with the Prime Minister after the night in question the Pig told us: "Me and big D stayed friends for a while, but we just drifted apart. It's sad, but, well, I guess it happens."
Have paper, pencils, books, drink, snack, dictionary, laptop ready. Do not give kids the chance to "forget" something and waste time wandering around the house looking for it. You'll save your sanity by spending two minutes getting ready.
Where do love and sex and romance go now that you are both fawning over the new boss in diapers?
My 14-year-old son spent the summer biking all over Chicago on a "fixie". I spent the summer dreading a phone call from an ER. Fixies have a devoted following among teen-age boys. They are the cool, hip bikes to own.
Parents fret about their children in our often frightening, modern world. But even the "good old days" came with its share of frights.