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I should start by saying that I haven't actually been banned from Chick-fil-A.  Yet.  I do predict, however, that it is only
I encourage you to PRESERVE THE PLAYDATE -- the safe, organized, adult-led, pre-scheduled, mutually agreed upon time where children can have safe and organized fun for a specific pre-scheduled period of time in a safe and mutually agreed upon location. The future of our nation depends on it.
When you beat dads down over and over and make moms distrustful of them (even in jest), all it makes society say is "don't leave your kids alone with dad -- you KNOW what they do!" And then guess who has to deal with the pressure of raising kids, working, and doing their damn thing? Moms.
He allows me to recapture my youth just a little bit, and I can feel less sad about losing my looks as I watch him grow into his.
Parenthesis is where we collect our favorite writing from moms and dads around the web: essays, letters, rants and calls
This week in Parenthesis, Heather Spohr fields questions about hyperemesis gravidarum, Jim of Sweet Juniper explains why
Dad's literary legacy "Oh kid, you already have my looks, my nose, and my trepidation around crowds," Mike Adamick writes
This week in Parenthesis, Jim Griffioen dazzles (again) with his creative kid costumes, Charlie Capen looks back on his child
This week in Parenthesis, Homemaker Man gets a pocketful of fairy dust, Mike Spohr ruminates on the importance of old friends
And now for something completely different... As the "dog-shaming" meme has made its way around the web, it’s inspired various