Monthly Archives: April 2013

Dadmissions: Cinnamon and Honey

Who says girls are sugar and spice and everything nice… because today I have all the proof I need that they are cinnamon and honey and giving me a run for my money. I saw one of the kids peek … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The New Boogieman

I went to my daughter’s school and got my yellow visitors pass and I got down to work. I was there to string student “thank you” cards together for the teacher. I tied them carefully with ribbon, brought them to … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Best Movie Ever

It would be THE movie of all movies. It would be THE greatest creation ever. Ferris Bueller goes to school with the Breakfast Club kids and other classic 80’s movies. Ferris is the class clown. Bender is still the tough … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Sizzle FX 10,000

Tired of making meal after meal after meal only for your kids to keep changing their minds about what they want time and time and time again? Stop wasting your valuable parent time. Introducing Sizzle FX 10,000. Sizzle FX 10,000 … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Boston List

As we mark one week since the Boston Marathon, I started to think about just what these terrorists had accomplished. I began making a list of the things I think of when I think of my hometown- from landmarks to … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Kiddie Menu

It doesn’t happen all at once. That’s why it is so sneaky. It happens in little moment after little moment like watching a flower bloom and all of a sudden there it is. It’s the same way with childhood. You … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Marathon

Dadmissions: The Marathon We loaded into the back of that flatbed truck. I was told it would be fast. I was told to hold on tight. I was told it would be the ride of my life. Then that starting … Continue reading

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