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Dads Share Their Kid’s First and Funniest Words
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Dads Share Their Kid’s First and Funniest Words

Confession time, I haven’t the foggiest idea what either of my daughters’ first words were. I’d like to think each kid blurted out a loud & proud “dada!” because, well, duh, but I’d only be guessing. “Emancipation”? “Hummus”? “Let’s Go Red Wings!”? Maaaaaaaybe, but no, probably not. Jimmy Fallon, the […]

The Ballad of a Goose Mom Blogger
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The Ballad of a Goose Mom Blogger

Can you even imagine being a goose trying to write a parenting blog? This is the Ballad of a Goose Mom Blogger. “We’re so happy to welcome our five little furry bundles of joy into the world!! #Blessed” – 7:43 AM May 9, 2015 “The kids are doing so well! […]

The Loss of a Friend
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The Loss of a Friend

Holy shit was I ever the most pretentious of assholes. It started when I was 17 and I got The Afghan Whigs Gentlemen for my birthday or for Christmas, I honestly cannot remember the occasion that brought forth the gift that would change my life forever. I think it was […]

A Collaborative Dad Blogger Animal Jam Review
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A Collaborative Dad Blogger Animal Jam Review

If you’ve read any of my Skylanders coverage over the past few years, you might already know that our family’s gaming life is an all-in experience, a social one in the old-fashion sense, an activity that unites and never isolates. Even when the Mrs. and I aren’t in the weeds […]

Dad Bloggers React to #BanBossy with More Words Worth Banning
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Dad Bloggers React to #BanBossy with More Words Worth Banning

Heard any good word banning stories lately? Ahem. In case you somehow missed it, earlier this week the new LeanIn.org and Sheryl Sandberg initiative, #BanBossy, was announced. It has caught the attention, and drawn the ire, of many. Should we be in the business of banning words? Any words at […]

Big Easy Tears
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Big Easy Tears

I had been moved to tears on five separate occasions, and we were only 90 minutes into the 2-day conference. This was going to be one looooong-ass weekend. Deep, primal emotions were stirred in my (shrinking, but still large) 6’ 4” frame from the jump, without a single moment to […]

Not Alone, But With No One
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Not Alone, But With No One

I was the over-sized cargo shorts in the back row, on the aisle. I was the Fidel Castro shirt-jacket, pressed up tightly against the wall, eyes closed, mouthing every word. I apologize for playing so much air bass guitar, and so flamboyantly. I couldn’t help myself. I was the shaggy […]

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