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There's Something About Him

There's Something About Him

There's Something About Him

With Father's Day right around the corner, we found ourselves nodding with recognition as we read about all the ways kids benefits from a father's approach to parenting.

Dads tend to be less indulgent of whining and whimpering than we moms are, which teaches our kids to shrug off setbacks and to move on quickly. They're also more likely to challenge kids to solve problems independently. And they're much fonder of the kind of rough and tumble games that help children develop resiliency and self control.

It's nice to see dads get their due.

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