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The latest 'Father Figuring' column
The latest in the ongoing column
The latest "Father Figuring" column
How we express ourselves matters
A dad deals with a family debate
A fourth-grader takes charge of playground bullying.
Dogs — and especially puppies — are a lot of work.
Daughter shows signs of impending teen years by experimenting with makeup.
A heartfelt goodbye. Whether you’re a longtime follower or a first-time reader, thank you for welcoming my family into your home.
Finding happiness in the giving, not the receiving.
Thankfulness is a wonderful gift to give ourselves and others.
Dad enjoys seeing daughter reunite with friends.
Monsters, games and the passage of time. Dad reflects on how quickly his daughter is growing.
One of this dad's infrequent but treasured roles — the tooth fairy — is about to come to an end.
If the animals could talk, a dad wonders what they would say.
Top five list of gifts that dads would enjoy on Father’s Day.
Ice cream might make the world a sweeter place, at least for a few minutes, but the mother-child bond is forever.
Dad concludes the comfort zone has a neighboring area, called the “hold-on zone,” where parents spend a lot of their time.
Health scare adds perspective and gratitude for simple acts such as walking the dog.
I’ve helped my daughter with her homework, but I've never had to wear earplugs. As it turns out, the clarinet can make high-pitched squealing sounds.
Understanding the equations of life and math keep life exciting for this dad.
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