Sometimes I don’t feel like a man.
Let me rephrase.
Sometimes I don’t feel very manly.
Much better. (Or is it?)
On your paternal side, you don’t exactly come from a long line of bookworms. 628 more words
I learned a harsh lesson last week.
Underestimation = Motivation.
In 4th grade I had a teacher named Mr. Stanton. On the first day of school he introduced himself, talked a bit about his personal interests, then told the students he hated the color purple. 912 more words
Our guest post today is from Dan Locke, father to two boys, Samuel and Peter (with another on the way). Dan is the children’s pastor at Broadway Christian Church. 895 more words
An important part of fatherhood is teaching — transferring skills and knowledge to your spawn. It takes a village to equip your offspring with the required social and emotional intelligence to navigate the world, but only you and your partner are responsible for fostering the child’s curiosity. 237 more words
First things first: Watch the show Hoarders. It’s entertaining, horrifying, and brilliantly cautionary. You do NOT want to be one of the people that has to be restrained while a hazmat team throws out a two decade old deceased pet you wrapped in pages from expired… 596 more words