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Waiting on Pizza – #Dad #Adventure

Who doesn’t love making (and eating) pizza? On Friday, my son and I joined a group of other kids (and parents)–for a “Make-a-Pizza” meetup at Village Pizza, in Corrales, New Mexico. Of course, we have made pizzas at home, and the boys enjoyed it. But, there was something so much more spectacular about making pizzas in a “real” pizza parlor–with …

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The do’s and do-over’s of fatherhood

I  read a great blog post a few weeks ago by Adam C. Dolgin (Fodder 4 Fathers) entitled,  DADDY DON’T – 10 THINGS ADULT CHILDREN WISH THEY COULD GO BACK IN TIME TO TELL THEIR FATHERS. It was a great read, and I highly recommend you give that blog post and his site a look–he writes some well-written, thought-out and funny stuff. …

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Trying to explain the world to my son

My son is nearly 2 (and a half) years old. I know, in the next few years, I will need to answer some tough and not-so-tough questions that he will have. Questions like: “Dada, why is the sky blue?” “Dada, why can’t I have ice cream before bed?” “Dada, why do my brother and me have different last names?” “Dada, …

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Making new friends

I am  trying to teach my son how to make new friends. Being 2 years old, and not knowing what to say to someone you just met, can be a difficult and scary experience. I am 40 years old and I’m still not sure how to make friends with people I just met… And, now I am trying to teach …

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