Monthly Archives: May 2014

Dadmissions: 25 Ways I Could Totally Embarrass My Kids (you could too)

When they least expect it. My kids don’t realize how lucky they are. Our kids in general don’t realize how lucky they are… Mom and dad hold all the power (at least that’s what I tell myself). And to prove … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Drifters

I literally walked into my own Highway to Heaven episode today when two drifters came to the door out of the blue. OK maybe I’m dating myself with the show reference but you young folks can find it on YouTube. … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Memorial Day Forgotten

On this Memorial Day weekend I am reminded of what the holiday is truly all about… Harry & David says it’s a time to delight in a mix of sweet treats and savory snacks Godiva says it’s a time to … Continue reading

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Dadmissions on Volun-Tiering (the new way to measure who’s really doing what)

I’ve decided volunteering at a fun fair is 80% two people doing all the work.. and 20% a bunch of people standing around doing nothing and then sneaking out early so they don’t need to clean up… I guess that … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: I’m Adulting.. Now What!!

It happened and I don’t even know when. Somewhere between stealing the Friendly’s “please wait to be seated” sign in camp with my bunkmates, and dressing up like a foamy rock lobster for a radio station to make money in … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Wife Vs. Kids

The wife and I get to go out by ourselves hardly ever. OK hardly ever may be an overstatement.. NEVER is more like it. Once in a while we grab a date night and book a babysitter for the kids. … Continue reading

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Dadmissions on Mother’s Day: What My Wife Has Taught Me

I am secure enough to admit it. I don’t know if I’m as good a parent as my wife is. That’s not to say I’m a bad parent. Maybe I am.. but I don’t think so. What I mean is … Continue reading

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