huffingtonpost.com

I don't know what the problem is with Millennials and the names of their kids. But I hear some pretty weird firstnames from time to time. Huffpost decided to look back at the most popular names for boys and girls, 50 years ago (1967).
#baby #babynames #kids #parenting #parenthood #fifties #vintage #retro #oldschool #us

greatbigstory.com

The Strong Museum in Rochester, New York, aka the "Museum of Play", has every toy from your childhood. And that from your ancestors. They have a complete collection divided in different categories to represent toys and games throughout the US history.
#toys #play #museum #poi #places #newyork #ny #collectors #toycollector #childhood #kids

publicbikes.com

Our son's 3rd birthday is coming up, and we want to buy him his first real bike. He loves riding his balance bike (technically still a tricycle). And I'm pretty sure he would love a Public bike @publicbikes. But too bad they only ship to the continental US... Any other suggestions maybe?
#bike #kids #firstbike #birthdaypresent #publicbike #son

facebook.com

Without getting too much into politics. This video of AJ+ @ajplus explains a trend that is visible worldwide. Apparently humans are getting fewer children. To keep populations stable in industrialized countries, we need to have 2.1 babies. But those numbers are lower in the US and Europe. And in Japan these numbers seem to be the lowest with just 1.41 babies per woman. It's not a matter of infertility, but it's a clear choice. As we become more focused on our careers, gaining more money, getting a better health. We tend to live longer, and just have less babies.
#children #fatherhood #parents #future #population #kids #japan #photobyunsplash

gq.com

They already introduced new Barbie dolls a while ago. And now it was time to upgrade Ken. Meet a whole new generation of Ken dolls. Including one with a man bun. Really. Read the full story on GQ @gq.
#barbie #ken #doll #toys #kids #manbun #generation

mydomaine.com

Written by a mother's point of view, I don't really see it differently as a father. Make time for each other, make sure you feel and look your best and never forget to keep communicating in a relationship. But these things take time as well. So my advice. Don't stress it. As long as you both know what's needed, things will fall in place again soon.
Photo by @thehivemag
#parenthood #advice #fatherhood #motherhood #parents #kids #marriage #relationship #linkinbio

fatherly.com

Scientific studies rarely take our side. But that doesn't change the reason why your wife, the mother of your children, is awake every night. Besides the midnight feedings, or throw ups, the multiple nature calls, or just your snoring throughout the night. Your spouse is just worrying about the family. Again.
#wife #woman #sleep #family #parenthood #fatherhood #kids #insomnia

amazon.com

If you are in the US, you can subscribe to STEM-related toys from Amazon now. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. They are educational toys for your kids.
#education #science #kids #parenthood #toys #amazon #stem #technology

facebook.com

"A dad's feelings on a 5th miscarriage." Al Ferguson, founder of The Dad Network @thedadnetwork, talks about how he is coping with a 5th miscarriage. Heartbreaking and sad. In my family we know from experience what a miscarriage feels like. But we can not imagine the pain of a 5th.
#dad #father #miscarriage #heartbreaking #kids #parenthood #pregnancy