Dumb-ass stuff we need to stop saying to Dads.

Totally in board with Rosie here. I’ve met plenty of awesome parents (they come in both genders) who agree our language needs to be more inclusive.

How else do we get less motivated dads involved? If you tell them they are expected to be disconnected and they are not normal for wanting to play with and love their kids, no wonder they DON’T engage!

Hey over it world and media. It took two to make them and it takes two to raise them. And they both deserve the same acknowledgement for their fears, struggles, joy, triumphs, and just for being parents.

// END RANT

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