Teaching Multicultural Kids to Embrace Their Unique Identities

By Iggy and Yve, Guest Contributors When we met while pursuing our Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management Master’s degrees in Washington D.C., there was an instant connection. We were separated for two months right after, but there was something there that was worth fighting for. Four years together and two kids later is proof … Continue reading Teaching Multicultural Kids to Embrace Their Unique Identities

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My Little Pony, Trying a Bologna

By Serrano, The Dad Squad We are in a redefining role. New dads [are consciously] teaching our sons to like what they want; and, that’s cool. I was raised off the "boys wear blue and girls wear pink" rules.  Luckily, Cam’ron came through with the Pink Range Rover and our lives have never been the … Continue reading My Little Pony, Trying a Bologna

Stuntin’ Like Their Daddy

By Serrano, The Dad Squad I never thought the influence would be so real. I mean, my pop was around, I saw him almost daily. I don’t recall this level of mirroring that I witness with my two sons. Like, maybe I have to check with my mom; but, I cannot recall too many times … Continue reading Stuntin’ Like Their Daddy

Like Jordan Coming Out of Retirement

By Roger, The Dad Squad So . . . we have two kids, ages 8 (Londyn) and 9 (Roger), from my first marriage. Now that I'm happily in my second marriage we will eventually try (read: try A LOT) for another child that would be our first together. I would never deny my wife the … Continue reading Like Jordan Coming Out of Retirement

Reverse Psychology

By Serrano, The Dad Squad Fatherhood is weird bruh. It’s like the greatest worst situation to be in. Like I love my sons, but I also like to kick it with my bro’s every once in a while til’ 3 a.m. That means nothing to my 4 and 15 month old. They still will mosey … Continue reading Reverse Psychology