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  1. Passive Patriarchs...

    I love the story of Joshua! He goes from being Moses' Administrative Assistant—they don't like to be called secretaries anymore and don’t call them one or they'll shred your messages—to becoming the new leader of Israel and immediately being thrust into the most important time in Israel's history: entering the Promised Land. In today’s culture Joshua would have easily been on the cover of Forbes magazine. He was the hot new CEO who not only could get it done in the board room, but he could ...
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  2. Hey Jealousy! Part 2

    I didn’t experience too much jealousy on the part feeling neglected by my wife taking care of my son because she had read up on it before hand and made it a point to still give me attention (She also knows me and that my ego lives and breaths on attention). Since she nursed both our children and hated to mess with pumps, I certainly was never jealous when she was getting up every couple of hours to feed them! However, jealously came into play because my son would only calm down or fall asleep ...
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  3. Hey Jealousy! Part 1

    (If the title of this article made you think of the Gin Blossom’s 1993 hit, then congratulations, you are a product of the 90's!!)


    There’s nothing more exciting than bringing a new baby home for the first time. Your life changes the moment you step through that door and will continue to change every couple of months as your little one reaches each new stage in life. One of the most challenging changes for is the unavoidable wedge that is driven between you and your spouse. ...
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  4. Disciplining Things I'm Proud Of...

    Today while my wife and I were eating breakfast I heard the jingling sound of my keys. Seeing as how my 3.5 month old daughter was sleeping, not to mention incapable of doing any other physical activity outside of rolling over and throwing up on her and anyone within range, I naturally rounded up the usual suspects--my son. He's 18 months old and is starting to really figure out how to get into things.



    As I went to scold him for getting my keys (again) my wife ...
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  5. In Whom I am Well Pleased...

    I never thought that I would be so proud of someone taking a pee in all my life. However, that emotion has now been ascribed to that act in a way that I'll never forget. No, I don't have a family member suffering from a watermelon sized prostate that managed to release a couple drops of relief. Instead, it was my son.



    The other night we were playing when he grabbed his diaper, said, "potty" and ran into the bathroom. We put the special lid on for him ...
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