Dad and Buried: The Anti-Parent Parenting Blog

Dad and Buried

Dad and Buried: The Anti-Parent Parenting Blog. Dad and Buried are more than just a podcast it’s like a breath of fresh air. With the recent surge in popularity surrounding the “anti-parent parenting movement”, it never garnered much attention until recently. And let me tell you, it’s no wonder! The anti-parent parenting movement offers insight and advice on things that matter: family, happiness, balance, and relationships… all while offering your child an alternative to traditional parenting.

Parenting is harsh, and it’s not something we do as second nature. But it’s a task we must face time and time again. You never truly master being a parent, but there are things you can learn along the way to help make parenting easier. One of the most desirable aspects of parenting is learning from your mistakes and moving forward in life. 

But I’m a Good Mom!

If you’re tired of feeling like a bad mom because you don’t have enough energy to get everything done, take a break with these tips:

  • Ensure you eat well and exercise regularly (about half an hour daily). Your body needs fuel to keep up with the demands of motherhood! Exercise helps your body release endorphins that give you the feeling of being relaxed and happy — even when your kids are driving you crazy!
  • Find ways to relax that don’t involve spending hours on Facebook or watching TV shows about housework (that’s so last season!). Instead, try reading a book or listening to music while you clean or cook dinner — it will help take your mind off the noise from your kids’ rooms until bedtime! You can also take walks or go for a swim if it feels good physically after working hard all day long.
  • If time allows, spend time alone with no

Bad Parents are Everywhere

You may think these “bad parents” are people who don’t care enough about their children. But they’re not. They may not be perfect, but they love their kids more than most people will ever love anyone in their lives. They may have made mistakes and messed up, but they are working hard to fix them and make things right, even if it means changing themselves in the process.

Some of these things may seem minor, but they can make a difference for your child. Let’s take a look at 6 things that all parents should do differently

  • Spend enough time with your child!
  • Limit screen time (TV/Video Games)
  • Make sure your child is getting enough sleep (7-8 hours per night).
  • Give your child independence by letting them play alone for short periods (iPad or mobile device).
  • Teach your child how to manage money wisely (Save for future expenses).
  • Engage in quality conversations with your

How will I know if I can trust you guys?

We’re all human, and while we value honesty and integrity above all else, sometimes a lie told by accident can help someone in need.

For example, if you’re asking me how I can be sure I can trust you guys, let me explain with an example:

I was planning on buying a new laptop for myself this year. After doing some research online, I found that the best laptop under $500 that would still last me another 2-3 years was the ASUS ZenBook S Series. It had good reviews on many websites and was considered to be one of the best laptops for its price range.


The first reason that I am going to talk about is the lack of supervision by parents or guardians. Parents are supposed to be the ones who care for their children, but in reality, they don’t do enough. They don’t spend enough time with their kids, they don’t make sure they’re doing well in school, they don’t make sure they’re eating properly, and most importantly, they don’t keep them safe from harm.

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