In an Associated Press poll, 69 percent of dads surveyed said a long-standing desire to have children was important in their decision to have kids. Eight in 10 men said they have always wanted to be fathers.
When his 'You're not special' Wellesley High School graduation speech went viral last year, book agents came calling. Now you can look for a book on the same theme tweaking the modern parenting culture of praise in which, he says, 'if everyone is special, then no one is.'
More fathers are doing more around the house and view being a dad as an important part of their identity, whether they're blogging about being a parent or discussing baby food recipes with fellow fathers.
In vitro fertilization is a fast-growing industry in Asia as women hold off on giving birth, leading to low fertility rates that could have a large impact on economic growth in countries such as Japan.
Students as young as 12 can be arrested and handcuffed at school under the current policy. The students who are threatening to file a federal complaint say the current rules are cruel and unusual punishment.
The nonprofit organization SMOOTH, or 'Single Mothers Overcoming Our True Hurt,' was founded by single mother Betty Mayfield, who wrote a book about the struggles she experienced raising her son by herself.
Making a bed in Norway is different than in America. The sheet sizes come in metric, not full, queen, or king, and it is the custom for couples, though they sleep on the same bed, to have their own sheets and duvet.