In this week’s DadPOD podcast, guest Jess MacCallum joins me to discuss parenting, marriage, cartoons, super heros and he will almost show us his tattoo that he got with his son (will have to listen to find out more about that).
What legacy are you leaving your kids. First, you are leaving the one your living. But there’s a story buried in each of us that our children need to hear about too. It’s what makes us what we are and part of leaving them with a fathers legacy. Join us in this project to share your life with your children (and maybe finding a bit about yourself in the process).
I’m excited to announce that I will soon be launching the DadPOD Radio program. Having done the requisite research on platforms, thoughts about content, guests, etc., I finally realized that if I don’t put a stake in the ground (AKA this email :)), I may never go. Thanks to some great mentors in the podcasting […]
[tweetmeme source= ‘dadpad’ only_single=false] This goes out to all of you dads who have – held your child right after they were born – gotten up in the middle of the night to rock your baby to sleep – changed a diaper but put it on backwards or stuck your hand with a […]
She was a little surprised by my questions, but our discussion went very well. As we were wrapping up, she asked me if our talk was the reason we’d stopped for something to eat. I said it was and thanked her for not being defensive.
It is perhaps a given that Dads are adults with some life experience to solve problems. Like my Dad, we come at problems with knowledge and experience. For him it was mechanical acumen; for you it might be software skills, or sporting prowess.
I’ve decided that Chinese restaurants are for the kid at heart. Where else can you go and get a surprise with every meal? Fortune cookies are like Cracker Jacks.