by Richard Chapo - 2006-11-30
He clothed you. He worked a job he may not have liked. He kept a roof over your head. Now the holidays are upon us and it is time to figure out what to get him. Who? Dear old dad, of course.For many p...
by Brock Turner - 2006-12-15
The decision to become a stay-at-home dad should not be taken lightly.For many, the decision has already been made for us. Perhaps you have recently become unemployed and your spouse is bringing home...
by C Weaver - 2006-12-16
Isn't it funny how things from the past just pop into your head for no apparent reason. The other day, I was on my seventeenth time of telling my son to turn down his stereo before my teeth wiggled ...
by Brock Turner - 2006-12-27
You may prefer the term "full-time dad", "Mr. Mom" or one of many other labels, but in truth it doesn't really matter. The label is not what's important. It's the responsibility and satisfaction of ...
by Natalie Aranda - 2007-01-20
If you are looking for birthday gift ideas for your Dad, one idea that is always appreciated is a personalized item. You can personalize birthday gifts with your dad's name, a favorite saying, or anyt...
by Rich Kimura - 2007-01-22
Father and son closeness is a real blessing. A Dad trying to stay close to his teenage son can sometimes be quite frustrated by the challenge. My son is 14 years old and is getting very independent....
by Tim Stone - 2007-01-25
I'm not talking about the alphabet, or math, although creativity in those areas will probably make learning much more fun. What I'm talking about here, is life lessons. I'm talking about the kind of...
by Joanne Hale - 2007-01-26
Billions of stars, shining so bright In the dark, ink-coloured sky each night Always present, though not always seen Clouds covering the black, special dream. One of those stars, a diamond, I know Re...
by Karin Syren - 2007-02-11
Copyright © 2007 So-lu'shunz Leadership ServicesIn itself this is not particularly noteworthy, save for the fact that I don't enjoy oil changes and tend to procrastinate as the time approaches. I sus...
by Karin Syren - 2007-02-12
In itself this is not particularly noteworthy, save for the fact that I don't enjoy oil changes and tend to procrastinate as the time approaches. I suspected it would be crowded on a Saturday so I to...