Humor For and About Dads
Review of The 40 Year Old Version
A review of the book The 40 Year Old Version by Joel Schwartzberg. The book is a personal memoir of a divorced father. Funny, poignant and at time irreverent, The 40 Year Old Version is a delightful read for any father, particularly divorced, non-custodial dads.
The Humor for Dad’s Archive
Hosted at the National Center for Fathering site, this archive is a chance to laugh at ourselves a little, and remember some of the simple joys of dadhood.
Follow the adventures of teenager Jeremy Duncan as he navigates the challenges of teen life and "geek" parents. Syndicated in over 1,000 US newspapers, Zits has become a popular social commentary on parent-teen relationships. And it is so funny!
Are You Ready for Parenthood?
Take this tongue-in-cheek test to see if you have what it takes to be a real dad!
The Slumber Party
Read one dad's account of his experience with his 12 year old daughter's slumber party. If you have not experienced this phenom of fatherhood, you haven't lived.
Book Review - Billy Boy by William May
A review of the book Billy Bot by William May, a story about growing up Catholic in 1950's New England. A very enjoyable book sharing the stories, foils and foibles of a young boy with a rebellious streak growing up in a strict Catholic home and neighborhood.