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Daddy's Home is a humorous commentary on today's family life, with an emphasis on the role of the modern father, through the eyes of a stay-at-home-dad. With a growing circulation of more than 4 million, it is published in leading newspapers around the world including The Washington Post and The Orange County Register. Daddy's Home is the creation of designer Gary Markstein and New York-based writer and illustrator Anthony Rubino Jr.

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What's in a name? There are plenty of people across the world who have common names, rare names, or somewhere floating around the vast in-between. Generally, there isn't much attention paid to such commonalities or rarities beyond a brief conversational mention. Then there's Nigel Smith, a UK pub owner disappointed at the lac >read more