Okay, stop me if you’ve heard this one:
Ever since my kids have been little (like two or three years old), I have instituted a strict sock bomb policy. Or, perhaps “policy” isn’t the right word. It’s more of a practice, or day I say, a culture.
You may be wondering, “what is a sock bomb?”
Well, it’s that time of year again:
The time when Girl Scouts everywhere sit desperately in front of grocery stores trying to hawk their cookies.
I’m a dad. A NinjaDad. And I’m a teacher. I give advice. If you didn’t ask for it, then you should have thought twice before getting anywhere near me.
My kids are always asking, “dad, can you please coach our team?”
Aside from the schedule challenges, this question always instills panic for me. What if I know nothing about soccer? What if I’m a bad coach? What if I screw them up forever? What if they see what a poor sport I am?…
Are you a road warrior dad? Do you often feel like you are missing out on key parts of your son’s or daughter’s childhood? If so, NinjaDads and this blog should help!
What is a good dad? What does it mean to be a good dad? I suppose everyone defines “good dad” differently, so I can only speak to what I feel like the definition is. However, it’s something I’ve been thinking about pretty often lately…
If you’d have told me all those years ago that something as insane as having kids would also change over time, boy… I’d probably believe you. But still, it’s been an interesting experience… Here’s how some fatherly milestones looked for each of my kids.
There are some things that you should never give up when you become an adult. For example, you should never turn down a game of laser tag. Bowling isn’t a sport, but it’s a good excuse to drink beer. And of course, you get to ride in go-karts. Here are some things I love (and hate) about being a dad:
What does it mean to raise your son to be human?
We all love, we all cry, we’re all motivated by something, and we’re all scared of something.
We just show it in different ways.