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John Kinnear (Ask Your Dad)
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I am dad and I blog. I also make an amazing grilled cheese sandwich.
I am dad and I blog. I also make an amazing grilled cheese sandwich.

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Stevie and John Talk about Sex, and Being Parents, and Kids [Video]
This post is sponsored by my long-time friends at Plum Organics. So… yeah. A baby food brand asked me to create a post about sex. Why? (You and I both ask simultaneously?) Well, I believe the first reason is that sex means more babies and babies like baby f...

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Horrible Moments in Parenting #3569
Last week during dinner I was trying to ask Duchess about her day and she matter-of-factly told me that she didn't feel like talking. A few minutes later she had chewed her tortilla into the shape of a star and was remarkably proud of herself. "Look dad! I ...

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The King of Soup is Me - Idahoan® Potato Soups
I have partnered with Life of Dad and Idahoan® Foods for this campaign, but all opinions expressed above are unbiased and true. For instance, the soup is actually as good as I say it is. Seriously. It's exceed all my expectations. It's January and I am writ...

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I Still Believe
Last night I went to a political debate at the middle school near my house. There, my friend Zach Robinson sat with his Republican opponent Robert Spendlove at table in front of about 40 people. The two of them talked about what mattered to them, and how th...

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11 Super Important Tips from My Future Self - Sponsored by Rogaine
Disclosure : I have partnered with Life of Dad  and Rogaine for this promotion. Dear John from the past, This is John from the future. Bald John. Fat(ter) John. Running from sentient robots intent on eliminating the human race John. Just kidding. There are ...

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'The Pocket Guide to Girl Stuff' Is Just as Awfully Sexist as You Think It Will Be
Today is my daughter's sixth birthday. Let me tell you a little bit about her. She looks out for herself and others. She is a leader. She gets in a group of people and makes them feel important. She never says "look what I did," she says "look what we did."...

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How to Be a Dad
The first part is easy, unless it's not. Which honestly, sets the tone for the rest of it. Fear comes next. Then excitement. Then fear. Rinse. Repeat. Next you start asking yourself questions you never thought you'd ask. Am I enough for them? Can I be enoug...
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