No More “Guess and Dress” for Dads
DIYFather.com, founded by three New Zealand dads who struggled to find useful parenting information specifically for men, is launching a free App that takes the stress out of dressing their kids -- and scores points with wives.
Dressify was developed as a result of feedback from dads around the world who complained that they frequently argue with their partners about how to dress the kids. Dads simply take a photo of their child and Dressify uses face recognition and a proprietary "dress sense" algorithm (huh?) to judge the outfit, calculating results in seconds.
DIYFather.com offers practical information about parenting from a male perspective. According to the website, DIYFather.com helps men become the best fathers they can be and is based on three principles:
1. be inclusive and offer nonjudgmental support for fathers regardless of their parenting choices or circumstances
2. provide practical tips and examples of positive parenting
3. share stories and useful information to inspire and encourage fathers to spend time with their children
Other examples of the parenting information and advice for dads:
And, if dads hurry, they can check out “10 Things to do on St. Patty’s Day with Kids.” (My advice for dads: Warn moms before turning the baby's formula green!)
The specter of heredity has lurked in the darker corners of Cheryl Perkins’ mind for as long as she can remember.
Her mother died of colon cancer four years ago, and nearly all of the women on her mother’s side of the family had hysterectomies between age 45 and 50 because of cancer diagnoses.
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