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Like Father, Like Twins

Posted by on July 31st, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

There are some things that make me feel like a total amateur as a father. For example, having twins. The very idea just sends PANIC signals down my spine. If I thought I was tired before, two exhaustion machines at the same time? Yeah, okay. COOL. But there are aspects of the twin experience that […]

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Feeling Old vs. Being Old

Posted by on June 20th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Kids these days. When I was a kid, actually old people didn’t really complain about being actually old. Though, they might have occasionally moan-bragged about how tough they had it when they were whippersnappers. Subscribe to CollegeHumor (Liking, favoriting and commenting helps videos on YouTube, so go nuts.)   I think I can see it […]

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Saying “I Love You” at TWO-MONTHS-OLD???

Posted by on June 12th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

I’ve never really paid much attention to all of the average times, sizes, weights and milestone whatnots of parenting, but this amazing. The first time a dad hears his child says the words “I love you” is priceless, but this is made extraordinary by how early it happened! Or maybe it was all just hiccups. […]

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Toddler with the Voice of a Grown Man? (VIDEO)

Posted by on June 5th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Imagine asking a little kid a question and hearing a man’s voice answer you back. Well stop. We’ve got the power of the internet, you don’t need to imagine! I always had an unusually deep voice as a kid, but this is hilarious and weird. This dad took video conversations with his son and digitally […]

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3-Year-Old Ninja Caught on Video

Posted by on March 18th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

When I was about ten, I created a home-made pair of nunchucks. I sawed a broomstick into two short kid-ninja-sized handles and then, using screws, attached them together with a short chain. After about five minutes of practicing, I was certain that the authentic Japanese word nunchaku must have been defined as “self-inflicted head trauma.” […]

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What If ‘Full House’ Wasn’t Full?

Posted by on February 19th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Did you watch “Full House” growing up? I did. Each character had their shining and whining moments, but the character that never made any sense to me was Michelle. Yes, I’m talking about the cutesy Olson twins who played the single character whose sole purpose was comic relief by way of small smiles and giant […]

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“The Princess Dolls” : Convos With My 3 Year Old

Posted by on October 17th, 2013, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Kids play pretend all the time. A lot of them continue to do so into adulthood. For instance, the concept of “privacy for parents” is one of the craziest mythological fantasies ever dreamt up. Practically crazy talk. Subscribe to ConvosWith2YrOld to follow the series. (Liking, favoriting and commenting helps videos on YouTube, so go nuts.) […]

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My Little Pony Toy Store Extortion

Posted by on September 26th, 2013, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

My son has said some real doozies to me in the heat of the moment. A couple of times, I’ve responded by asking him to clarify or revisit what he was saying, but this dad? NAILED IT. Check it out. Worth the watch through the end. Would you have caved? Tell us in the comments!

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“Dinner Time” : Convos With My 2 Year Old

Posted by on September 25th, 2013, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

So basically these guys are either psychic or they have been hiding in the bushes outside my house. And yours. And every parents’ house. It’s dinner time, people. Get ready to watch something you’ve seen a thousand times before, but never seen quite this way. Subscribe to ConvosWith2YrOld to follow the series. (Liking, favoriting and […]

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Teddy Bear Surgery

Posted by on August 30th, 2013, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

So little is presently understood about the anatomy and physiology of stuffed animals. Advances in the subject have for a very long time been stifled by the social sigma placed on anyone who dissects toys or stuffed animals; branding them as “emotionally unstable” or “weird.” Thankfully, progress is now being made. Let’s have an amazing […]

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