WHAT, LIKE WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TO DO?

via Parents magazine:

When dads set limits and expectations for their preschoolers' behavior, their kids had a 25 percent lower risk of being overweight than those whose fathers were more permissive, according to a study in Pediatrics. Surprisingly, mothers' discipline styles had no impact on a child's body mass, the researchers say. 

ON NEWSSTANDS NOW

Freelance Dad, aka Gary Drevitch, has an article in the current issue of Men's Health/Best Life called "Translating Contractor-Speak," about the lies lying contractors tell when they move you out to fix your kitchen.

For example:

When a Contractor Says… “Your job is substantially complete. Just a few final touchups left.”
He Really Means… “We’re going to be a couple of months. Why don’t you go get me a sandwich?”

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