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Month: May 2014

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Pass The Love

I am a newly minted Soccer Dad. My daughter just finished her first season of soccer, and I think it is a safe assumption that there will be many more seasons to come. I watched my daughter go from a tentative player who wasn’t sure what to do to an assertive kid who thoroughly enjoyed […]

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My Car Caught on Fire

My daughter started kindergarten this year which brought a host of fears – How would she adjust? Would she make friends? Would she eat lunch in the cafeteria? Would she be safe on the bus? My car wasn’t one of those fears. The fire happened on the first day of the second week of school […]

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Duel of the Copy Machines

Captain’s Log. Diaper Date 2429. Daddy Chronicles. I’m pondering something. I am wondering if our dependence on technology makes us more efficient, or does it simply mire us in a series of error beeps, whistles, and blue screens. Today, I attempted to use the copy machine, and though I have no empirical data to support […]

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What Makes Moms Special?

Mother’s Day is around the corner – in case you missed the memo from all the specials on things that you can buy or get for mom to show her thanks.  The question remains though – “What makes moms special?” I’m going to go ahead and apologize now because this post is going to ramble […]