“Fathers don’t talk as much as mothers. The play is more physical,” John Broendum, one of the playground organizers, explained, shrugging. “This is the place to come, away from the mother and her routine, to figure that out, for fathers to find their own way to parent.”
— Brigid Schulte

Scandinavia leads the world in many ways: happiness, per capita spend on philanthropy and - as reported by Brigid Schulte in the Washington Post - dads spending quality time with kids. Here's a neat story about the rise of Father Playgrounds in Denmark, and how dads are finding a unique way of connecting with their kids and each other.