Millennials are (finally) having kids. So what kind of parents will they become? These stories from our April 2017 issue reflect six distinct experiences and reveal that generational divides aren’t always what they seem.
The gig economy allows for more time with kiddos—as long as you can keep it all together.
I consider being a father my most important role. (My ponytails could use some work, though.)
My daughter’s connection to our family heritage isn’t as clear-cut as my own. But it’s just as essential.
I wanted a hip urban lifestyle for my family—just like my grandmother.
After my daughter was born, my relationship with social media—and how I engaged with it—changed drastically.
Recycled anxieties and renewed hope—one writer explores how the core of parenting stays the same across generations.