Monthly Archives: August 2014

Please Stop Saying This Right Now

You know me. I rarely straight-out dish the parenting advice. But there’s something irking me, so here goes: Whenever people see toddlers or little kids of different genders playing together, they always say the same thing: “Awwww! Is that your girlfriend?” … Continue reading

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In Defense of My Son Turning Out To Be a Total Loser

Look, I’m not proud of it. It’s not like I wanted this to happen. As parents, we have dreams for our children, and we work to make those dreams come true. We want our children to be good people, better … Continue reading

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Mo’ne Davis and The Knucklehead

I love baseball. Maybe you know this about me. For the true baseball fan, this is a great time of year. Baseball in one of its purest forms returned last Thursday with the first pitch of the Little League World … Continue reading

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Christmas and The Knucklehead, Part 3

After my post last week, some of you may be wondering why an atheist is fretting over celebrating Christmas with his kid. But Jesus isn’t the problem for atheists over Christmas. Jesus is easy. Now, Santa. Santa is hard. There’s … Continue reading

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Christmas and The Knucklehead, Part 2

Knuckleheads are funny things. They’re clean slates, you see. Rarely do we get the chance in life to start from scratch, and a knucklehead gives us exactly that opportunity. A baby comes with no history, so everything is new. We … Continue reading

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