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About dadmissions

author of Dadmissions. surrounded by a wife and two girls... and a dog named Cupcake

Honey, Your Husband Is A Centerfold!

I’m a centerfold!  Sort of.  I’m one of the many dads featured in a new book: “Dadly Dads, Parents of the 21st Century”. It’s a first of its kind coffee table book featuring dads from around the world and it’s a … Continue reading

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Billy Joel At Dodger Stadium: A Reviewpreciation

Billy Joel was the first big concert I ever went to. He was touring his Storm Front album and Todd Abrams’ mom took Todd and I to the show. She loved Billy Joel. He loved Billy Joel. I loved Billy … Continue reading

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Her Final Mother’s Day

We knew deep down it would be mom’s last Mother’s Day. After a long battle with a lung disease called Pulmonary Fibrosis which slowly robs your ability to breathe, we knew she was close to the end of her journey … Continue reading

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Our Day In The 16th Century: At The Renaissance Pleasure Faire

On a sunny and hot Saturday afternoon in the middle of southern California we stepped back into the 16th century to the world of ladies and lourdes, wenches and whatever guy wenches are called. This is the part of the … Continue reading

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One Family, One Bathroom, Two Kids with Bathroom Emergencies (at the same time) A True Story

and then this happened on the ride home: kid a: I need to go home and use the bathroom NOW dad: we were just at a store with a bathroom mom: don’t embarrass the girl.. she needs to poop kid … Continue reading

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What Movie Theater Popcorn Can Tell You About The Strength Of Your Marriage

The wife and I went to the movies and got our large tub of popcorn. Popcorn is my thing. The wife looked through the glass at the candy. Candy is her thing. We debated on Skittles or Goobers or Red … Continue reading

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On a Sunny Day in the Inner City, My Wife Made it Snow

It’s hard to imagine if you grew up in New England like me, but some kids have never seen snow. Some kids have never known the fun of throwing a snow ball, or making a snow angel, or sledding down a … Continue reading

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