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Fathers’ Day: A Time for Counting Many Blessings

The following is a guest post by my friend Kevin Tate. In the afternoons and on weekends I watch a little boy play with complete abandon. Lost from the world in a well of imagination, he goes with full confidence anywhere whim may lead. The adventures and explorations he follows in his mind may be […]

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On Being a Father (Written By My Dad)

The following is a guest post by my beloved Dad. On Being a Father By Bob Alexander Children do not look at a father as a provider for security, food, shelter, etc.  That’s how we see ourselves. These things are a given and a child isn’t likely to even think of them. What a child […]

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What I Wish I’d Known Fatherhood Edition: 10 Things I Have Learned

10 Things I Have Learned about Fatherhood By Adam M. First things first. Yes, I love my sons (9 and 7 years old) an amount that I can’t express in words and they, along with my wife, are the greatest things that have ever happened to me. I wouldn’t change a thing. That said…there are […]

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Two Father’s Day Gift-Giving Tips

Okay, so all the Father’s day gift ideas I usually share are actual gift ideas. These are based on gifts we have given or things we have and like in our family. You will find unique and affordable father’s day gifts ideas, as well as useful, fun and gorgeous ones. You don’t have to break […]

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