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Raising Government Drones

The way our parents were raised is not the we should be raising our children. They trusted the government to take care of them, are we so sure that’s the case today? The world has changed and we must do so as well. If we want to maintain our freedoms & live as sovereign individuals, […]

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The Importance of Youth Sports

You need to put your kids in sports. Youth sports are a crucial aspect to the optimal development of a child’s mind. This transcends a championship mindset which is the result of building confidence and competence, it goes beyond the social proof of a bedroom lined with medals and trophies, competing in youth sports also […]

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10 Actions to Connect You Closer to Your Kids

There are plenty of “Dad-Blogs” which have headlines stating they’ll make you a better dad, then they offer nothing but a giant word fest which teaches you nothing you can apply to your life to actually becoming a better father. I can’t make you a better father, but I can give you some tools I’ve […]

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Baseball & Letting Your Son Become a Man

This year is the first year my son has played “real” baseball. I put real in quotes because he played last year, but the first half of the year was coach pitch, not player. It has been an amazing opportunity to coach him and a year which you can see him and I sharing moments […]

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Being a Father

What about you, have you had the experience where your children served as fuel or are you seeing them to be more of an anchor? This is a continuation of my Burden of Family post. A friend of mine recently returned home after his wife delivered triplets. We spoke a few times while she was sleeping and I […]

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‘PC’ Parenting is Straight Garbage

This piece has been in the works for a few weeks now. The reason for this lengthy ‘write time’ is I wasn’t exactly sure how I would be able to cover the concept of ‘Politically Correct’ parenting without breaking it into a ‘series’ of sorts. I’m not a fan of series, I write about a […]

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Dads & Daughters

I am a fortunate man in the sense that I have both a masculine son and a feminine daughter. After I wrote Fathers and Sons, where I discussed how, “Your son is going to follow the example you set, not the advice you provide.” I decided to write a piece dealing with how to raise a daughter […]

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