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Making a theatrical investment in childhood
Bill Harley says it best on his seminal album of stories and songs, “The Town Around The Bend”. The Grammy Award winner remarks that
5 years ago
A dad ponders his legacy
Parents are a lot like actors, athletes and politicians in that, at some point in our career, we begin to consider our legacy.
Teaching kids to live for today
Every day that I’m fortunate enough to wake up, I reach down to the thin space between my bed frame and box spring.
A baker’s dozen of lessons learned and taught
Thirteen years isn’t a long time in the grand scheme of the universe but in the life of a dad, it’s a relative eon.
Flying into adult male friendship
I hung out with only one kid during my elementary school years. We were best friends in the 10-year-old sense; playing with G.I. Joe figu
Going from Alaska to the Atlantic – A dad’s notes on planning an epic summer family vacation
We’re not intentionally trying to outdo ourselves, I swear.
To onlookers though, mainly the readers of my blog and any extre
Nurturing entrepreneurship in kids
My first business venture of note was launched from the dusty wooden floor of my 3rd floor apartment at 17th and Pine Street.
6 years ago
The upside of giving my tween Instagram
Frankly, I’m surprised it took her so long to ask for it.
I had, “yeah, you can have an Instagram account, sweetieR
A tweenager’s growing autonomy
The choice of clothing, hair styles and what should end up in her school lunch box every day has pretty much been hers forever, or for at
The case for the summer slide
It’s been a good but long school year – why not give kids the summer break they need?
My two pre-teen daughters have j
Am I still a stay-at-home dad if I’m never home?
It’s a truly first world problem, I know, but it’s a problem nonetheless.
You see, I am in the throes of a work / life
Sharing my love of baseball with my daughters
A couple Fridays ago I was on the Turnpike, heading into the sunset, away from my parents’ house, when I e
7 years ago
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