How to Be a Dad

How to Be a Dad

It’s Like They’re TRYING to Drive Us Insane (5 Comics)

Posted by on January 29th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

It seems ridiculously inconceivable that a species with offspring that relies on its parents to survive would also be bent upon the utter annihilation of its parents mental stability. Once you have kids, this somehow doesn’t seem so inconceivable. Here are 5 Fowl Language Comics that show some of lowlights of the parental decent into […]

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Why Dads with Sons Should Care About Girls’ Issues

Posted by on January 28th, 2016, under NOTEBOOK

Alright, dads of boys. I know what you’re thinking. ‘I’m so busy with my son’s schoolwork, sports, dance classes, tutoring, LEGO pieces on the floor, and every other damn thing, that it’s hard enough parenting a boy, imagining what it would be like to have a daughter would be insane.’ I get that. But you […]

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Baby’s Adorable Reaction to Seeing Herself for the First Time

Posted by on January 27th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

Their eyes stare widely on their wobbly heads at everything. Baby’s are in a perpetual state of firsts. They’ll even react with the wonder of newness to things they were just drooling on for an hour with renewed astonishment. Watch the reaction of this cute baby girl seeing herself for the first time. Priceless.  

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40 Awesome Things About Andy Herald

Posted by on January 26th, 2016, under NOTEBOOK

It’s not often you get to meet people who are that rare combination of funny and smart. They’re like some kind of misunderstood unicorn. It makes you wonder how they managed juggling both traits, which inevitably makes you some form of envious or angry because you’re not quite either of them, and definitely not both. […]

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My Wife Just Swore… #249

Posted by on January 25th, 2016, under "MY WIFE JUST SAID..."

“I never swear. Well… rarely. When I do, I usually say ‘motherf**king c**ksucker’.” –Elizabeth   One could easily describe my own speech as “colorful.” I like to think of statements as recipes, and swear words are some of the zestiest ingredients. My wife’s speech tends to be pretty bland as far as cursing is concerned, […]

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Places I Want To Live: Treehouses in Sweden

Posted by on January 21st, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

I wanted to start a series about places I would love to live, or where I dream about one day settling down one day. Episode one, today, is in Sweden. It’s a really cool idea. I’ve always loved forests and the trees. Always. I may be part elf. I haven’t done the DNA test yet. […]

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100% Accurate Animated Video of Juggling Two Kids

Posted by on January 20th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

Imagine you are holding a child. Or a running chainsaw. Now, imagine doing that with two chainsaws. Or children. Once you go from 1 to 2, you’re juggling. And if they’re chainsaws, you’re probably also on your way to the nearest ER soon. People without kids tend to… not get it. What it’s all like. […]

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The Video That Will Make You Fear The Future

Posted by on January 19th, 2016, under VIDEOTAPE

Sure, every parent at one point or another worries about the world their kids are going to live in one day. They wonder what it will be like, and what challenges they’ll likely face. But for me, after watching this video, I have one fear. Check it out… Hoverboards. But not even really hoverboards. Rolling […]

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The Funny(?) Ways Kids Mess-use Things

Posted by on January 18th, 2016, under NOTEBOOK, SNAPSHOTS

We partnered with OxiClean to bring you this post, because they’re so often the right tool for the parenting job.   You wouldn’t use a dog brush and whipped cream to brush your teeth. Unless you were a kid. “The right tool for the right job” is an expression that kids sort of take and […]

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Villains and Vitality

Posted by on January 15th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

I don’t really know what to say. We lose people every day, but it’s always a shock to lose people we all know. We collectively gasp and sigh over them. You’d think decades of people dying would train us to understand that it happens, no matter how sudden, but it doesn’t. Not really. Alan Rickman […]

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