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Send a Year In Review Letter with the Holiday Cards

Send a Year In Review Letter with the Holiday Cards

Sending a “Year in Review” letter with your holiday/Christmas cards is a great way to let your extended family and friends know what is going on in your family’s life.  But if you are going to write one, there are some do’s Click here to continue reading.

Just Dad & the Kids Day

Just Dad

When are you at your best with the kids?  Is it after fighting the daily commute home when you get yourself psyched up to walk in the door and say “Daddy’s Home!”  Does that time go something like this?  Moments after Click here to continue reading.

More on Getting Kids to Talk – Use a Dinner Game

More on Getting Kids to Talk

I have to say that there is a lot of good insight contained within the Daddy-Man Blog-o-sphere.  Another good example is today’s post at Daddy: fun stuff with my boy titled Getting the kids to talk.  I am sure his  degrees in Psychology, Click here to continue reading.

The Tooth Fairy – Going a Little Over-the-Top

The Tooth Fairy

A child’s imagination can create the craziest, most fascinating, scariest, incredible worlds.  It can be filled with fun zany animal friends or sometimes monsters under the bed.  Children can become powerful allowing magic to stream out Click here to continue reading.

Pink: Progressive Parents Struggle Shows Worth in Teens

I was just visiting a few other Dad blogs and I found Oren Miller’s like-minded post on his site A Father and a Blogger, Pink: The Futile Struggles of Progressive Parents.  I was planning on posting a Nature vs Nurture post and probably still Click here to continue reading.

Parenting: The One Rule Plan

I am sure you have rules you want your kids to remember AND to follow... No whining, No hitting, No leaving the table without being excused, No talking with your mouth full, and the list goes on.  I can think of at least 20 rules I have heard of Click here to continue reading.

ADHD Medication – A Story of Fear and Acceptance

October, ...the weather is a little brisker and the school year is now in full swing.  There were new schedules, changes in drop offs and pick-ups, and new school mates.  All of this has been incorporated into your daily routine and you know Click here to continue reading.

Four Daddy Do’s for Every New Dad

You ain’t the Mama!  That’s a fact.  And unless you’re a stay-at-home dad during your child’s infancy, you will have to go the extra mile to get anywhere near the parental bond that the your new child has with his or Click here to continue reading.

Daddy’s Home! I hope he’s not a zombie again

It's the end of a tough Monday.  Whew! You made it.  You got up early to get a good start to your week, but you are paying for it now.  You are tired, stuck in traffic on your commute home, and looking forward to relaxing and recharging. Click here to continue reading.

Why Public Education Must Change

In December of 2010, the AFP reported the three-yearly OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) report, which compares the knowledge and skills of 15-year-olds in 70 countries around the world, ranked the United States 14th out of 34 Click here to continue reading.
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