This week, the Dads wrestle with nudity - how much of it is
in your house, when does it need to stop, and how do you tell the
kids to knock it off?
NakedTime by ChicagoParent
Todd, father of grade schoolers, brings his latest problem to
the attention of the other Dads: his kids seem comfortable running
around the house in the all-together, and comfortable bursting in
on all kinds of "naked time" between Todd and his wife.
All three Dads agree that families should wear clothes, and not
just on special occassions - so when do the kids stop running
around like their starring in "The Blue Lagoon"?
Matt grew up in and is now a part of a mostly "non-naked"
household, so he plans on never seeing his kid naked again after
she learns to use snaps.
D.M. was scarred by seeing his Grandmother naked when he was a
boy, so he thinks one good eyefull is all it takes to put kids off
of nudity forever.
The conversation leads to a role play between Todd and his
"children", as played by Matt and D.M. Theatre magic is made.
We want to hear from you! E-mail us at [email protected]
or leave a comment below and let us know how and when the kids can
learn to cover up!
Like the show? There's more to hear if you subscribe on iTunes
or visit whitedadproblems.com.
(Note: adult language and subjects)
You can also follow the dads on Twitter: @whitedadprobs and
Like their Facebook
Join us in February as the Dads explore he seasonal issues of
love, romance, and "doin' it" - with scads of crucial advice for
Dads and Moms - every week of the month!
White Dad Problems is now The Paternity Test. Head to the new blog page for more great content.
See more of White Dad Problems's stories here.
Let us plan your weekend with the best family events and activities in Chicagoland.
Start the week right with deals, prizes, parent life hacks and more delivered straight to your inbox.
Need last-minute ideas for a weekend of family fun? No worries. We've got you.
Get the inside scoop on the people, places and things we are loving right now.
Resources, tips, inspiration and more for parents of children with special needs.
Score exclusive offers from our fabulous advertisers.