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Everything I Know About Parenting I Learned From ‘Dr. Who’

March 31st, 2013 by Matt | No Comments

Apparently, a new season of the BBC’s classic sci-fi series, “Dr. Who,” is about to begin here in the former colonies, which has prompted some people to reflect on how the 50-year-old show, about a time-traveling do-gooder with a funny accent and slightly funnier outfits, is an excellent source of parenting wisdom. And they’re right! […]


Why Men Brag About Their Salaries, Part 1

February 19th, 2013 by Theodore | No Comments

Theodore on how he doesn’t shop, and he doesn’t crow. From our series with the Atlantic


DadWagon + The Atlantic, Volume 1: We Take Care of our Kids, Dammit

December 12th, 2012 by dadwagon | 1 Comment

Originally posted at The Atlantic Hey, guys, Several times a day, after my infant daughter, Sammy, finishes breastfeeding, my wife, Jean, will hand her over to me and say, “Can you burp her?” And I will duly pick Sammy up, put her over my shoulder, and lightly pound her back until she emits a belch. […]


Cuckoo for Catholic Puffs

October 4th, 2012 by Nathan | 4 Comments

The connection between junk food and love in pre-K


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Apple's New Campus Has Cutting-Edge Features That Will Amaze You | Architectural Digest

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Steve Jobs's final vision has been realized, and it's in the form of a bold 175-acre, Foster + Partners–designed campus

May 17th 4:21pm • No Comments

On the one hand, this is a cute project. On the other, he named his daughter Madison, which is just awful.

Dad Creates Book For Daughter Who 'Didn't Want To Be Chinese'

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His daughter doesn't have any Asian storybook heroes, so he's creating some.

May 16th 2:50pm • No Comments

Time to teach the kids how to start a fire in the Weber.

The New York Times Makes a Print Play for Kids

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Sunday’s New York Times will include a special print section for kids.

May 11th 12:08pm • No Comments