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father’s day weekend 2014 (aka “a best friend’s wedding)

[...] , a babysitter came to watch the 3 little ones, and my bride and I met another friend from elementary school (and his lovely bride) to see Hall & Oates at Chastain amphitheater.  It was a great [...]

a fairy tale tea and a dance party

[...] My 8-year-old’s elementary school had its “dad-daughter” dance event last Friday night, so I dressed up in pretty much what I [...]

New Year’s Day in New Orleans

[...] ).  Most of our group turned in for sleep afterward, but my friend Josh (who went to elementary school, junior high, high school, and college with me) and I had pizza at a daiquiri bar on [...]

A-day 2014

[...] “A-day.”  I’ve known Jody since 1983, which means we’ve gone to elementary school, junior high, high school, and college together.  We even worked at IBM in Atlanta [...]

Michigan: my kind of place

[...] Upon landing in Detroit, we drove to Ann Arbor, and I posed in front of the largest stadium on a college campus in the nation in my yellow [...]

Birthday or Hanukkah?

[...] acoustics + aesthetics)! Thursday, I’m accompanying the Mrs to her work-related trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan, because Michigan is the only of the 50 United States that I have yet to visit (I& [...]

Richmond, VA

[...] is “bottom.”  Examples go like this: child:  “DADDY!  She’s ruining my train tracks!” me:  “My bottom likes to ruin train tracks.” child:  “Daddy, I want cake [...]

Stop listening to Noah

[...] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles book!” he said.  My heart sank.  Putting together train tracks on his bedroom floor, watching the old Thomas episodes on Netflix, and helping him into his [...]

a fairy tale tea and a dance party

[...] my 6-year-old boy build this, because it was nice outside, and he still likes building train tracks with me. Then, simultaneous haircuts at his favorite such place (because it’s “boys [...]

Waterskiing

[...] Before I was born, my parents lived in Charleston, South Carolina.  Dad flew C-141s there, and they had a boat and several sets of wooden water skis.  Dad [...]

Our family’s first extended road trip

[...] needed a place to sit in the 3rd row. We left about 10am, stopped at the welcome centers in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia before stopping for the day/night in Richmond.  My next post [...]

Richmond, VA

[...] After stopping briefly at the South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia welcome centers, we stopped for a few hours in Richmond, VA.  [...]

Avoiding “summer learning loss”

[...] .  They 3 of them keep track of whose turn it is to choose their programming.  The 5-year-old boy, who’s recently taken to telling everyone he wants to be a paleontologist, chooses a [...]

Richmond, VA

[...] and walked across the street to the canal system and sidewalks near the James River.  My 5-year-old boy enjoyed the train tracks. We enjoyed the full moon.  We drove by the capitol building [...]

Stop listening to Noah

[...] A few months ago, I asked my 5-year-old boy if he wanted to read one of his many Thomas the Tank Engine books at bedtime, as has been our [...]

How I conquered the sound of silence

[...] compensated by, Life of Dad, LLC and TuneIn for this promotion.  But again, I was using this app anyway, so I figured why not put bread in my jar? The post How I conquered the sound of silence [...]

How to enjoy a Bama game without being at the game

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Its Return (continuation of “Almost”)

[...] chain. I parted the closed mini blinds a couple inches and looked out the window.  The rust-colored sedan with a row of silver bolts down its side that had come after me a week before was now in [...]

Almost

[...] “block” that surrounded our house with Pokey the dog in the mid 1980s, and a rust-colored sedan I’d never seen before pulled up beside me, I was at least a decade from having a [...]

father’s day weekend 2014 (aka “a best friend’s wedding)

[...] was a guy I met in the mid-1980s while in elementary school.  The bride was a girl I met in 9th grade who has been like a sister ever since.  As I said in the toast I was asked to give at the [...]

A-day 2014

[...] out to dinner before retiring to a nearby hotel for the night.  Jim Bob and I met in the 9th grade; he rode the same school bus I did, even though he lived on the other side of town.  I [...]

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father’s day weekend 2014 (aka “a best friend’s wedding)

[...] , a babysitter came to watch the 3 little ones, and my bride and I met another friend from elementary school (and his lovely bride) to see Hall & Oates at Chastain amphitheater.  It was a great [...]

a fairy tale tea and a dance party

[...] My 8-year-old’s elementary school had its “dad-daughter” dance event last Friday night, so I dressed up in pretty much what I [...]

New Year’s Day in New Orleans

[...] ).  Most of our group turned in for sleep afterward, but my friend Josh (who went to elementary school, junior high, high school, and college with me) and I had pizza at a daiquiri bar on [...]

A-day 2014

[...] “A-day.”  I’ve known Jody since 1983, which means we’ve gone to elementary school, junior high, high school, and college together.  We even worked at IBM in Atlanta [...]

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