Month: September 2014

Captain's Log fatherhood

The Third Side of the Desk

Captain’s Log. Diaper Date 2561. Daddy Chronicles. I have been doing a lot of math homework lately. With the girl moving into the first grade, homework was inevitable. It’s not a lot, don’t get me wrong, but it is math. Math and I don’t get along. I was so bad at math in high school […]


The Monday After 7

Captain’s Log. Diaper Dater 2560. Daddy Chronicles. We survived the birthday weekend. In case you were wondering, it’s like surviving vacation. Vacation is awesome, fun, adventurous, but it is also work. And so are birthdays. We had a low key class party (that was art themed), gymnastics, and a trip to the pro soccer game […]


Our Turn to Labor

I have had a difficult time digesting many of the conversations regarding race that have occurred following the tragic events in Ferguson. I couldn’t put what I was feeling into words. I was at a loss. Then one morning I was driving my daughter to school and I glanced at her in the rear view […]

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Citizen Kids and the Milk Life

Do you know any kids doing the extraordinary? Did you ever consider the fact that there are kids in your community that have the potential to do the extraordinary? More on that in a minute. As the reigning SuperMilkMan, I have shared, on a number of occasions, my affinity for Milk and all of its […]

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Happy Labor Day

Captain’s Log. Diaper Date 2546. Daddy Chronicles. I don’t get sick too often, but when I do I don’t get cheated. I started feeling ill on Friday. It was a sore throat. No biggie. Felt funny, but hey, it was a sore throat. Saturday morning I awoke with a sorer throat and had some difficulty […]