Category Archives: Dad-in-science

Cultivating a Confident STEM Girl

–post by Synapse- Innate biases.  Confidence issues.  Concern about being “smart”…. and pretty much everything that could happen during those teenage years. Let’s just say, I’m a bit nervous about having a baby girl. Yes, yes, I know.  She already … Continue reading

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Fathers don’t “babysit” their kids… Love and thanks to all the great fathers out there this Father’s Day

– written by Nucleus – “So while you were away, your husband babysat the kiddo, eh?” No. He didn’t. It’s his child too. We pay our babysitter to babysit. How many dads out there get asked this question? I don’t … Continue reading

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