When we were first married and our first son was born, we would be riding in the car, and he would fuss, and she would start singing camp songs to him
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No One Told Me About This
One of her younger brother’s friends said something about missing your kids when they move out. My Father-in-law replied, “That is what happens, kids grow up, get married and move out of the house.
For the Ones Who Don’t Make It Home
So have that beautiful wedding dress. Right now it is just hanging in your closet, and it will probably be out of date before your daughter is ready to get married.
Defining Moments – Dan Absalonson
I often try to stop and enjoy moments in life. I guess I’m a bit introspective that away. I think I learned that from my parents. They would take us out on the boat at the lake cabin, or stop us at the top of the mountain before we went down the hill for the first time on a ski trip, and tell us to stop and look around and take it in and enjoy the moment.
Defining Moments – Scott Roche
I’ve had an interesting life so far. I’ve lived in six states. I’ve worked in over a dozen industries. I have a wife of nearly twenty years.
Each one of these moments has changed my life. They have defined who I am in ways that even before I started writing this I didn’t realize.
. The chickens had all been very good with the kids, but this one had a look about it that said it was about to become soup.
A Real Father is Snot Afraid
He pinned the child’s arms to the floor with one hand and with the other produced a blue plastic item that looked like a small very short turkey baster, from his pocket.
7 Things you didn’t know Part 7
A few years ago, I was working at a job that I didn’t like. That is putting it mildly. I was leaving before 5 in the morning to be there by 7 (yes a two hour commute and most of that time was spent going less than 5 miles an hour.) I was usually the first person in the office and the last person to leave, getting home only barely in time to see my kids off to bed.