Monthly Archives: November 2013

Dadmissions: I Love The 80’s So My Kids Know What Cool Really Was!

You can call it nostalgia. You can call it good parenting. Maybe it was just luck. But we were all sitting on the couch flipping through the TV channels and the kids landed on The Neverending Story. They were mesmerized. … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Ten Step Stuffing

There is nothing like the smell of Thanksgiving dinner coming together in the kitchen as each dish is created and fine tuned and that smell starts to permeate the entire house and steam up the windows. In the Dadmissions house, … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Being Home Sick Isn’t So Fun Anymore

C’mon admit it. When you were a kid and had a sick day from school- it was pretty epic. I’m not talking the Ferris Bueller “lick the palms” and “fake the barfing noise” sick day. I’m talking about when you … Continue reading

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Dadmissions Exclusive: What The Fox Says.. revealed

Dadmissions EXCLUSIVE: good news- I was able to reach the publicist for The Fox and we have his first comments as to what the fox really says: “Mr Fox would like people to know he is stunned and surprised by … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: 4 Things A Dad Is More Qualified To Teach Daughters Than A Mom

While mom will likely teach the girls about the birds and the bees one day, and that time of month, and those other secrets only discussed in the mom and daughter sisterhood, there are some things that dad may be … Continue reading

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