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5 Ways to Tap into the “Grandfather Resource”

Check out NCF’s top 5 ways to tap into the grandfathering resource by downloading Tools for the Journey: 5 Ways…
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Dealing with Work-Family Dilemmas

The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   Most of you know I am CEO of the National Center for…
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Just Be a Family Storyteller. Just Be DAD.

by Steve Wilson   Growing up, I loved listening to my grandmother tell stories of growing up on the western…
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Don’t Miss Priceless Moments with Your Kids

The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   Not long ago, I missed a meeting related to work. I totally…
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The Magic of a Granddad

September 12 marks the 31st anniversary of Grandparents Day. It's a time for family celebration and a chance to honor the important role grandparents play in children's lives.

Virtual Visitation for Today’s Mobile Fathers (and Grandfathers)

In today's society, we are increasingly mobile. According to an article in this year's New York Times, 3.6 million married Americans were living apart from their spouses and families due to their job, commuting and living in a different city just for work. And the Children's Rights Council reports that, in 2003, 34 million children had a divorced or separated parent living in a different city. Also, about 66 percent of grandparents have at least one grandchild who lives farther than a day's drive away (according to AARP).

Video: Carey Casey on the Joy of Infants

Carey Casey speaks to dads about the joys of having an infant – as a father or grandfather – at…
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Words that Change Children’s Lives

What would cause a woman to say she loved someone she has barely met? The answer comes from the sister of one of our staff members.

Welcoming Young Dads to the Fatherhood Party

In the mid-1990's, I was a dad of a teenage daughter and three other children under ten. Through my involvement in various fatherhood events in the Seattle area, I heard about the "Welcome To Fatherhood Party" from a dad named Griggs Irving. The idea came to him when his 32-year-old daughter was happily planning for a baby shower and his fatherly thoughts turned towards his son-in-law. What about Steve? He’s about to be a new dad. What could be done for him? he thought.

Grandfathers: An Untapped Resource

In 1979, President Jimmy Carter set aside the first Sunday after Labor Day to honor grandparents. The official proclamation made a convincing argument for this holiday:


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