Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dadmissions: Dear Santa

When you think you’ve lost faith in humanity… sometimes a sign just appears. After talking about it for a while, these are the notes the girls decided to leave Santa this year. Funny, they say it’s better to give a … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Oh Christmas Lights

When I was a kid and the holidays rolled around it was all about the oohs and the ahhhs in the Wilgoren house. It was the big Christmas light contest. My side of the Plymouth Fury was always oooh. My … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: The Bat Mitzvañera

Deck the halls with matzah balls Fa la la la la la la la la… In a nutshell, that’s what is like being in a home with mixed religions and mixed cultures. It is a constant blending of traditions and … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: I Hugged My Kids

This week marks two years since the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. These are the words I wrote down that night after a very long day in the newsroom. Never forget those kids. All I could think about was hugging my … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Dear Ruthie Strosberg

Dear Ruthie Strosberg, Just a note to tell you that you are now the answer to one of my security questions… well you WERE the answer to the question anyway which was “what is the name of the boy or … Continue reading

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Dadmissions: Oh My That Chicken Pot Pie

I met my wife 21 years ago this week. We were attending Boston University. I like to think it was love at first sight for both of us… but the truth is… it was a slow and smoldering love. I … Continue reading

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