Posts tagged with ‘kids’

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Time Share Wife

by Charles Wasleski

I have a timeshare wife No, this does not mean I am on the wrong side of a Big Loveepisode. It just means that I have to share my wife with the other parts of her life. It wasn’t all at one.  This came on very gradually. After we got married, I just had to share […]

Where Are They Now.

by Charles Wasleski

We all have them. Some of us are in denial. No, it doesn’t matter that you friended them on Facebook. Or they sent you a message on MYSPACE. They are gone.  Lost to time and relative space. These are the friends that you grew up with. You spent the night at their house. You tormented […]

Discussion:Proposed Law Would Ban Infant Circumcisions in San Francisco

by GWashington

Proposed Law Would Ban Infant Circumcisions in San Francisco “San Francisco resident Lloyd Schofield said Thursday he is ‘on track’ to have enough signatures to place his proposed measure on the November ballot that would make it illegal to ‘circumcise, excise, cut or mutilate the foreskin, testicle or penis of another person who has not […]

What I have in common with Barack Obama

by Al Watts

Barack Obama is an attorney from Harvard who is pretty good at basketball and has recently kicked his smoking habit. I am an 8 year at-home dad from Iowa State who can rarely hit a jump shot and have never smoked since my asthma already sufficiently limits my capacity to breath. There is one thing […]

The Scare

by Why Is Daddy Crying?

This past week the wife and I had “the scare.” You know…the one where you realize it’s been a while since the wife had her monthly visitor and there could be a little something brewing in the oven. Yeah…that’s the one. We already have two little bastards – a six-year-old girl who can have you […]

Let’s All Make Assumptions

by Shannon Carpenter

I was talking to my sister, a SAHM.  She was excited because she knows a SAHD now just like her big brother.  She says he’s a great guy and the kids seem to get along really well.  She said she was about to give him her number so that they could do some playdates together […]

If An Acronym Defines Me, I’m a WAHSAHD

by Telling Dad

Yes, I’m a work-at-home, stay-at-home dad. And no, this doesn’t mean I’m holding a tin cup full of pencils. Not because I couldn’t use the extra money, but because my children manage to lose anything and everything that might be useful for work or soliciting. Pens, pencils, jump drives. If I need it, it’ll disappear. […]

Battling Depression at Home

by Charles Wasleski

Depression is nothing to take lightly. It runs in families and destroys lives. Turns bad thoughts into bad actions. Most people hear about Postpartum Depression. Where soon after childbirth, the mother has thoughts of hurting herself or her baby. This can happen to men too.  Another is Bipolar Depression or Manic Depression. This is where […]

How To Make A Yoda Cake

by Mrogers

My son wanted a Star wars cake for his birthday. Being a Dad and thus the maker of miracles meant a sheet cake with the words “May the force be with you” wasn’t going to cut it. If my son wanted the force to be with him on his birthday then he was going to […]

AtHomeDad.org Donated to Daddyshome

by Al Watts

Today, I am thrilled to announce that AtHomeDad.org, the most popular forum for stay-at-home dads on the web, has been donated to Daddyshome, Inc., The National At-Home Dad Network. This is a monumental day in the history of the at-home dad community. But it all started back in 2005. The Annual At-Home Dad’s Convention had […]

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