The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey
In this edition of Ask Carey, I respond to the question: How can I be more involved in my child’s life outside the home? Here are my thoughts, but I hope you’ll share more of your ideas in the comments below…
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And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention one great way to connect with your children at school:
Of course, you can learn more about WATCH D.O.G.S. here.
Dads, what would you add? What creative things have you done to stay involved in your kids’ lives? Tweet this! Join the discussion either below or at our Facebook page.
- Learn something together with your child, like bongos or karate or tap dancing or two-stepping. Even if it’s something that seems pretty strange, your child will feel like the two of you have something that no one else has.
- Take a father-child road trip. Get out a map, point to a spot a couple of hours from home, and hit the road. Just go there together and let the place reveal itself to you. Eat where the locals eat. Pick up a two-dollar souvenir.
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Carey Casey is the CEO of the National Center for Fathering (NCF), as well as a husband, father, and grandfather. He is author of Championship Fathering and general editor of The 21-Day Dad’s Challenge. See more about Carey here.
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