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Daddy’s Feet Smell Like Roses

When my oldest daughter, Emily, was four years old, I had an idea. I had a wonderful, awful idea. I taught her that daddy’s feet smell like roses. Being a man of equality and realizing that every action needs an equal and opposite reaction, I decided to prep her for the obvious follow up question: […]

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Parenting a child with a reading disability – Part 1

Today I have a special post from a parent of a child with dyslexia. It’s a three part post. If you have a child who is struggling to read, this is a blog series you want to read. Staci explains the struggles and frustrations their family went through as they tried to tutor their child […]

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Oh no! My child is talking!

Have you noticed that kids often say the strangest things? It wouldn’t be so bad, if not for the fact that my children carry my last name, thus making it undeniable that I bear some of the responsibility for what pops out of their mouths. Sometimes they repeat things we would rather that they had […]

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It’s a Secret

After watching my younger children fidgeting with anticipation this past holiday season, I remember the joys of Christmas as a young boy. The magic of Christmas seemed to fade as I reached adulthood, but the excitement returns each time the sparkle in my kids’ eyes remind me of those fond memories. My children are amazed […]

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