fatherhood

Sleeping on the Couch – Dad and Buried – Parents Article

I am not ashamed to admit that I sleep on the couch sometimes, and it’s not always because Mom and Buried is mad at me! Sometimes it’s because I’M mad at HER! How about THAT?! Most of the time, though, I sleep on the couch because it’s the nice thing to do… Don’t judge, but every now and again, Detective Munch sleeps in our bed. He claims he likes our bed because it’s bigger, and more comfy, and has better…

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My Rights As A Father, Do Not Care About Your Feelings – Single Dad, Parents Article

Yesterday morning, the Friday before Father’s Day, I joined men and women across the country in standing for parental equality and fathers’ rights at the fourth annual Fatherless Day Equal Parenting Rally. I stood at the state Capitol in Austin, TX with 50+ people; both men and women who are sick of the injustices of the American “family” court system. People who are sick of seeing Fathers treated like second-class citizens, or ATM’s. I spoke to men who have not…

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On Fatherhood…… | Lynda discusses multiple birth – Parenting Twins Article

Posted on June 17, 2018. Filed under: Multiple Birth, Quadruplets, quintuplets, raising multiples, Triplets, Twins, Uncategorized | Tags: fatherhood, Forgiveness, Hayden Carruth, Loving your child, Loving your children, on becoming a father, Testament | How becoming a father taught me how to be a son In that empty operating room, I came to understand that nothing in my daughter’s life would impact her more than the quality of my love Published June 17, 2018, The Globe and Mail Mark Sakamoto…

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So…You Wanna Date my Daughter? – Single Dads are Cool – Single Dad, Parents Article

I will never forget the first time I became a father. Soon after my first daughter was born I was sitting in a chair holding this 6 lb 3 oz. tiny human and I recall a million thoughts going through my mind. I was a new father. I was excited. I was lost. Who am I kidding…I was terrified! I even remember thinking about all the boys that would one day be at my front doorstep. However, I consoled myself…

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