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lovefromcentralparkave replied to your post: P is for Perfecting Parenthood

3, 5 & 6 combined with a whole lot of I’m going to be THE BEST MOMMY EVER! My poor, poor Laila. I’m sure there are days she wishes she could go stay with Grandma for the night. : )

All of us have a little bit of the styles in us! I think its when we take it to an extreme that it can become bad for yourself! I think thats why I wrote about the 10 “P’s” I did…I knew I had a little bit of all of them in me and I am always watchful not to let any of them go to extreme!

mamapenguintomybabychick replied to your post: P is for Perfecting Parenthood

I guess I’m the panicky, perky, and polite parent xP i’m also a first time parent but i dont see myself as a “puzzling parent” bc i have help from my mom :) I guess altogether, it seems like i’m just an annoying parent -_- lol

It’s always good to have someone help you! It is a great thing to have someone there to help you know the right things to do. No parent is annoying as long as they are willing to learn. I think its when we think we know everything is when we become annoying. I know I will be learning until the day I die!

electradaddy replied to your post: P is for Perfecting Parenthood

I usually want to strangle the parents in group #10. I’m in the psycho parenting group. The ones usually only a few paces away from going completely insane. People should fear us. We could crack at any moment!

LOL…Kenny I started to write about the psycho parenting group but I didn’t want to offend anyone. I probably belong in that group myself more than any of the other groups!!!  

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thedefinitionofmycharacter replied to your post: D is for Devoted Dad

So very true. I hate the stereotyping of dads in the media. My dad was knowledgeable and interactive with my brothers and I. Sheldon can take care of Abby just as well as I can. The only thing he can’t do is breastfeed but he would if he could.

I am not fond of any type of stereotyping. I think all it does is hurts us as a society. I will continue to fight against any and all forms. I can tryand show my son and others there can be a better way.

lovefromcentralparkave replied to your post: D is for Devoted Dad

My husband is a devoted father and drives me nuts when I see how dads are portrayed in commercials. Thank you for writing this! And we appericate the fact that you do more than man the grill.

Thank you! I just know how many people I have spoken too that seem to be stuck in the 1950’s with their thoughts on mom and dad’s and roles. The roles are changing but many people seem to be stuck with what they see on television as a truth.

bumbleeebeees replied to your post: D is for Devoted Dad

Dads need some recognition, people!!! You’re a great father, Aaron. Equality is important. Some thoughtless Father’s shouldn’t make for such a negative stigma to all fathers.

Awwww thank you so much! Equality is very important and I am always signing petitions and calling congressmen or senators about change. I have fought for so many different social changes on equality over the years. They all have one thing in common: people aren’t being treated equally and someone needs to say something.

thesassyprince replied to your post: D is for Devoted Dad

My Dad was and is a devoted dad, he’s the one that took us to all our activities, he raised us with love and he is always there for us now. I know my dad has my back no matter what. I wish Micah had that but am thankful he has my dad as a Papa.

Dads, grandfathers, uncles, brothers are very important in a young persons life. Strong male role models are just as important to a child as having a strong female role model. I am very happy for Micah that he has your dad and you to back him up. I know you do a great job Emma!

electradaddy replied to your post: D is for Devoted Dad

This attitude about dads also shows up when some moron asks, “Which of you is the mommy?” The subtle implication is’ “Which of you does the nurturing because clearly dads can’t be nurturing caregivers?” And I get this question from men & women. Sad.

It’s very sad. The only way we will ever change things though is by not accept the way things are currently. We have to keep talking about it. I never give up and I always have hope that tomorrow will be brighter for the sake of our children! All that’s truly important to a child is strong role models and to know they are loved. next time someone asks you that question you should remind them of that….just my opinion though ;)

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mytahlee replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

I hope you don’t mind that I reblogged this post. I loved it and I’m sure my followers will too.

I never mind if anyone reblogs me. I consider a honor when anyone decides to reblog anything I wrote! Thank you!

my-wildthing replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

So true, through and through.

I just try to say how I feel. Thank you!

littlejacksons replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

This is beautiful.

Thank you so much!

lovefromcentralparkave replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

I adore reading your posts.

I appreciate that a lot. I am always happy when anyone likes things I wrote!

mayhemandminions replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

This is so, so perfect. :D

I appreciate that a lot!

rockabillymomma replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

I love this Aaron you nailed it! I will have to share with the hubs.

Let me know what he thinks Mal…Thank you so much!

midwesternmomma replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

All the hearts to you. So perfect!

I take that as very high compliment from you! Thank you so much!

rooksandbooks replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

This is great!

I appreciate you reading it and enjoying it!

ifapictureisworthathousandwords replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

I absolutely love this! Great list!

Thank you so much. I just thought I would talk about what I have learned.

asimpledad replied to your post: Things Every Father Should Know

Great advice

I appreciate that. As a father I don’t claim to know everything I just share what I feel is important and what I have learned. I know though there is always room for improvement in myself.

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