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Me: "Dad's pretty good at Jeopardy! huh?"
LD: "Yeah, but you'd still probably lose."

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Part of beaing a great dad is helping your children appreciate the individuals in the community that may go unnoticed,
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Nick Cheeseman

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Losing your kids in the woods, we've all been there right? Right?
The boys are getting to an age where we are starting to engage in more independent activities. We still have family outings, but the little guys are starting to develop their own activities and interests. Apart from playing c...
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Sharing your online journey with those around you has many benefits. I share 8 this week on the blog/podcast. 

Which one do you find to be the most beneficial? 

Personally, I like number 1 the best. (maybe that's why I made it number 1)
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On this week's episode of the Crazy Dad Life Podcast I get into reasons why it is important to pay attention to the details. Little things can make a difference. 

You can also download a Blog Detail Checklist to help you when you are ready to hit that publish button. 

In the 5 Things I Learned (5TIL) you will also discover...

1. Presidential campaign domain name trolling
2. An awesome color palette tool
3. A record making service...yes, those records
4. Two Twitter archive search tools
5. A handwriting robot Twitter campaign...really

http://www.crazydadlife.com/047 
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FREE! FREE! FREE!
"The 6 Best Things You Can Do for Your Children," by Dr. A. Lynn Scoresby.
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The way you Baby Your Baby That's the way the Baby will grow, Close To Your Heart with HuggyHug™ baby Wrap!!!  http://www.amazon.com/Wraps-Carriers-BodyBudd-Cuddle-Softy-Gray/dp/B00RV17AHC/ref=cm_cr-mr-img
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Poetry is cool when you are a dad!
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AfroDaddy

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I found that since becoming a dad, getting ready to leave is an almost Herculean task! How about you?
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Sometimes it's the simple things. Sometimes, things aren't so simple. Bettering ourselves, makes life better for our kids. Improvement is worth it. Why do you parent?
#WhyIParent  
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About this community

This is a society of dedicated Great Dads. This group will serve as an idea exchange on parenting and life in general. Hope to take membership to the next level, and get dads excited about fatherhood and all it has to offer.
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This was my view Fathers Day morning. I love being a dad. 
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Use your adversity to your advantage and inspire others who didn't believe it was possible! ~Chris Cannon
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Starting your blog can be exhilarating and exhausting at the same time. 

Don't let a new blogger get burned out in their first week. Share these tips with anyone you know just starting out, or revisit them as an experienced blogger in case you need a sanity check. I know I do from time to time. 

What else would you add to help those in their first week of blogging?
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Nick Cheeseman

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Need help blowing your Dad's mind this Father's Day? Look not further. We're here to help
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I think this could make some waves in the near future.
AltSchools are more than schools. They’re mini-research and development labs, where teachers and engineers are developing the formula for 21st-century education.
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How to eliminate stress in a blended family and focus on relationships.
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Brian Scott

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One of the most commonly asked questions autism specialists are asked: "How do you discipline young children with autism?"
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Share images, stories, experiences about why you parent. Good, bad, difficult, happy, funny. Share anything. Parenting is about learning and getting better.....for our children.
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Matching Monster hat and mittens + goggles..... #WhyIParent
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With companies like Google, Yahoo, and Pixar leading the way in policies dealing with paid parental leave, bringing change to the national level will start from the ground up.

http://www.therookiedad.com/paid-leave-in-america-a-grassroots-movement/#gs.20c60f76dbcd47ff965d10047f3b24e6
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Thats a shame, I am entitled to two weeks paid leave, my wife when she worked as a teacher got 6 months full pay 3 months half and then is entitled to take another 3 months unpaid. The goverment has now brought in other things where the dad can use some of thetime given to the mother. My wife who now only does supply work and makes childrens booties and bibs etc on the side ( does claim on earnings though) will get around £70 a week from the goverment as well. The UK has got it right in a number of places but also handouts arejust as easy to come by for those that cant be bothered to work.
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