Monthly Archives: July 2014

Dadmissions: The Day My Kid Used Her OWN Money

It’s the sweetest picture ever. The sweetest! Well not the picture itself. Truthfully it doesn’t show much. It’s kind of boring and out of focus. But look closely. You see that in the middle? That’s my daughter counting out cash … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: I Rediscovered My Family

I rediscovered my family in the cabin by the lake making s’mores with extra chocolate and those extra large marshmallows and squishing all that gooey goodness between graham crackers I rediscovered my family in the cabin by the lake floating … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: 8 Steps To Perfect Family Photos

We finally took the perfect family photo. We did it. Holy crap we did it! If you don’t realize what a huge family achievement that is, then stop reading now. It is freakin huge. What made it the perfect family … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: As American As Apple Pie

I grew up in the footsteps of the American Revolution. In a Massachusetts town named Sharon with streets called Musket and Gunhouse, with statues honoring Deborah Sampson, a woman who disguised herself as a man to fight with the revolutionaries, … Continue reading

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