As Dad Sees It Life's View from a Dad of Two

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Not Saying “No”

Watching the twin’s mental development over the last year has been even more enjoyable in many ways than witnessing their physical development. From day 1, I often found myself pondering what is going on...

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Speed Demons

“If everything seems under control, you’re not going fast enough.” That seems to be the motto that the tots have lived with over the past couple of months.  Always a little outta control.  This new...

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One

Let’s start with a small photo gallery from the girl’s first birthday party:   This past Wednesday, the tots hit the one year mark. It is a bit strange to think that one year...

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Watched

Do you ever get the feeling that you are being watched? Sort of eerily. You sneak a peek at the person and catch them staring at you? Perhaps it happens more often if you...

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Decisions, Decisions

What is the best way to make a difficult decision? That is not an easy question to answer. Everyone has their own decision making process. Many people say, “Go with your heart”, but what...

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Bloopers

Family photos are no easy tasks with two little ones that prefer to do anything other than sit or look in one direction and smile. At this age, it has become a challenge to...

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Eleven

11 Months. That’s a fair amount of time. More than enough to complete a “year” of school. Longer than the original Roman calendar (10 months, with December being the 10th). Longer than the human...

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Coming Home

Some aspects of parenting are difficult to describe in words. One such aspect is that warm & fuzzy feeling that the kids provide every day when you arrive home. While not always identical, their...

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The First Dip

With my new gig comes several new perks. One such perk is having all federal holidays off work (not the case at my last gig). Fortunately, Carolyn is in the same boat. So, what...

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Sinkers and Floaters

  Human memory is fascinating. Why is it that we remember some actions so vividly while others are easily forgotten? Why do we forget events that we attended with colleagues, but can suddenly remember...