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Parenting Notes #691-699

parenting note #695

This week in #dadlife – a flashback to Halloween, remainders from the holiday season, crafting herpes, and my imaginary free time.

But first – a little personal business.

For the last few months, I’ve tried to find full-time writing and editing work.

To say that I’ve been unsuccessful is a lie because the word “success” is involved.


I’m far, far away from the word success but incredibly close to the “succ” part.

So I figured “Why not use this platform to find work?!?”

To learn more about my professional background

If you or your company is on the hunt for a person with writing, editing, marketing, and social media expertise – who also happens to have fantastic handwriting – please reach out via email.

Thanks!

Parenting Note #691

parenting note #691

Parenting Note #692

parenting note #692

This includes ANY small talk about the weather. ⁣

Choose wisely.⁣

Parenting Note #693

parenting note #693

Guilty.⁣

Special shoutout to @lizbraswell, the author of “Stuffed.”

My kids love this book.  ⁣

Parenting Note #694

parenting note #694

The extended Christmas break from school is the reason for my hatred of New Year’s Day. ⁣

As a kid, I hated New Year’s Day. The next day ALWAYS meant back to school. It sucked. ⁣

You’re off an entire week, doing nothing but playing with toys, watching TV, and never taking off your pajamas, and then it’s…⁣

Ball drop.⁣
A day of college football games and ham.⁣
Back to math class. ⁣

And I never, EVER remember January 1st being a nice, sunny day. Every year it’s gloomy and cold. It’s kinda like the house a day after a house party. ⁣

I still hate New Year’s Day. ⁣

Parenting Note #695


parenting note #695

Never has a nickname been so true. ⁣

I’ve since been alerted to the fact that the person who should be credited is the hilarious Demetri Martin.

Parenting Note #696

parenting note #696

I felt so silly when I realized my blunder.⁣

Parenting Note #697

parenting note #697

This still boggles my mind. ⁣

It’s on an app, but I can text my son’s teacher at any point during the day to ask a question.

I never have any questions, but it’s still nice to know the option is available.

Parenting Note #698

parenting note #698

Remember Arsenio Hall’s “Things That Make You Go Hmmm…”? ⁣

OK, cool, then you’re old like me. ⁣

Parenting Note #699

parenting note #699

When your kid asks “Did you work on my LEGO set today?” and you say, “No, because I have work to do” and he responds, “Are you building LEGOs isn’t work?!?” and you want to toss all his toys into a fire pit.

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