Category Archive: Fatherhood

Apr 05

Center of Gravity- Part 2

My parents are far from perfect (so am I) but they are my biggest heroes. I still admire and respect many of our national heroes (God knows there are and have been some GREAT ones) but truthfully none of those people have influenced me in the same intimate capacity.  Popular national heroes, like George Washington, …

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Apr 03

Center of Gravity

I am not confident our nation’s leaders have a clue of what our country’s “Center of Gravity” (CoG) is and probably a great number of them don’t know what their own individual CoG is either.  Because if they did, they would certainly change their practices. If this is the first time you have ever been …

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Jan 10

Shit Happens When You’re a Dad

This story only has one side… “Good morning kiddos!” “I love you too!” “Well that’s an interesting dream, now go to the bathroom.” What is that?  Is that shit?   “Why are you naked? You can’t sit on the couch naked and watch a show. Come get dressed.” “What do you want for breakfast?”… “No, …

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Jan 05

Becoming a Dad for the First time

Six years ago today I became a Dad for the first time.  A good friend reminded me of this project I put together shortly after based on notes a few of us took during the day.  Happy Birthday Jonathan!

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