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Charlotte Parent: Things Every Stay-At-Home Dude Should Do

It’s not like I want to tell you dudes what to do, it’s–

Okay, it is exactly like that.

And over at Charlotte Parent, I’ll be talking about the six. . . No, seven. No, wait. It was six. I’ll be talking about the si– Hold on.

carry the 2, subtract cherry minus pi. . . Got it!

I will be talking about a few of the items that should be on the mind of every stay-at-home dad as they’re getting ready to start out.  As usual, I’ll be blogging under our Stay-At-Home Dudes column name.

Come join us, won’t you?

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Charlotte Parent: We Can Rebuild Him

Ever wonder what Col. Steve Austin would look like today without inflation? My guess? Dead, most likely.

In 1973, scientists were able to put astronaut Steve Austin back together after a catastrophic crash for a mere $6 million and make him “better, stronger, faster.”

He worked as a superhero/secret agent. I wonder how he would have done as a dad.

Today at Charlotte Parent, where I’ll be blogging under our Stay-At-Home Dudes column name, I’m considering what machines it would take to replace a parent in the life of a child.

His name isn't Frankenstein, nor is it Franky. It's simply the monster.
painted by Dick Bobnick

No, I’m not talking about the wire mommy. I’m just having a little fun.

And maybe wondering if I could go that Victor Frankenstein dude one better.

 

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Charlotte Parent: Stay-At-Home Dudes

Glass half full? Glass half empty?

Today at Charlotte Parent, where I’ll be blogging under our Stay-At-Home Dudes column name, I’m worrying about something. I’m always worrying about something, but this time. . . This time I’m worrying about worrying.

See, parents are of two minds about how they look at the future.

When we look at our little dudes and little dudettes, we’re all about the positive, optimistic vision of where they’ll go and what they’ll do. Then the darkness comes over us and we see all the bad things that can happen.

Parents are optimistic by nature, but it’s our job to be a professional pessimist. Which can lead to some. . . interesting situations.

Hard as it is to believe, I’ve actually got something to say about that. So, click over to Charlotte Parent and you can read the latest Stay-At-Home Dudes column.

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