The 33-year-old has gotten serious with his boyfriend Cody, whom the girls call “Papa” — and though the dad admits, “I didn’t plan [on]…integrating another person into our lives,” he’s thrilled to report that coming together as a foursome has been an unexpectedly sweet success.
“We have a beautiful family and a lot of friends who love us,” Sangpan says in a heartwarming interview about the trials and triumphs of bringing up his two little “divas” with Cody as part of Yahoo Parenting’s “What It’s Like” original video series.
“Then I learned about hair gel, and that was a huge victory. Now I can do anything.’” After moving on to ponytails and French braids, it occurred to Morgese, who works in online sales, that other dads could also use a head’s up about hair tips." data-reactid="20"Of all the mysteries Phil Morgese has faced in life, none has been more baffling than the dilemma faced by him and other single dads: What to do about styling their girls’ hair?
When he received full-time custody of his daughter, Emma, then age 1, “I had no clue about how to fix her hair, so I decided to wing it,” Morgese, 33, of Daytona Beach, Florida, tells PEOPLE.
I also had a LOT of you climbing onto your roofs just to sing my accolades. My late sister Carissa (she had Down’s Syndrome) telling jokes.
She carried her little joke books around and loved to make people laugh.
by Christine Coppa New York Times bestselling author Bethenny Frankel has a brand new book out called I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To, which is full of great lessons she learned the hard way.As I grew older, I began to see all the broken promises and lies my dad left in his wake and slowly became disillusioned.“I could write a book about tips and tricks for raising twins by yourself,” Alan Sangpan jokes, recalling a unique “swivel technique” he used to rock and soothe his daughters Ava and Addison simultaneously soon after they were born via surrogate two years ago. For one, he no longer has to handle everything alone.Dating as a single parent is no easy feat, so I tapped Bethenny to share some quick nuggets of advice for all of us single moms and dads who are braving the dating pool." data-reactid="20"Real Housewife of New York and New York Times bestselling author Bethenny Frankel has a brand new book out called I Suck at Relationships So You Don’t Have To, which is full of great lessons she learned the hard way. CC: What would you tell a newly single parent about getting back out there? Meeting new and interesting people – and that alone – can have value and help you grow as a person.Dating as a single parent is no easy feat, so I tapped Bethenny to share some quick nuggets of advice for all of us single moms and dads who are braving the dating pool." data-reactid="21"CC: When you hear the term “single parent dating” what comes to mind? You can make a new friend, learn what you like, what you don’t like.My relationship with my dad had been a constant source of frustration since I was a teenager.