Dadding At Curriculum Night

Last night was Curriculum Night at my kids’ school. I knew I would be the parent from our house to attend and was prepared. See, there are three kids in elementary school, first, fourth and fifth grades. Curriculum Night only provides enough time for two classes to get to. Supposedly if you have more than

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A Lesson in Selflessness

As a father we’re often in situations where we act in a selfless manner. ┬áIt’s in our nature to take care of our kids and to do what’s best for them, regardless of how it affects us. Growing up I never really appreciated this, and I’ve been apologizing to my mother for the past ten

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First Day

It’s the first day of school for many of us. Some of us went back yesterday or even last week, but by today almost everybody is back to classes and the “normal” routine of the school year. Happy? Sure. And yes, for the obvious reasons of having some peace and quiet around the house with

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My Rocket Shake: The Peanut Butter Banana Split

With National Shake Month about to begin in September, we were challenged by Johnny Rockets to come up with an award winning shake idea. I love a good milkshake and jumped at the opportunity to participate in this promotion. To gain a little inspiration we dined at a local Johnny Rockets here in Connecticut. Once

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Don’t Be Concerned, My Son Is Fine

Boys can be very different from girls in many ways. This includes development in many areas. My baby boy just turned two and he is your typical little boy. He can play well with others, as well as explore on his own. The best part about my man is that he is a happy child,

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