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Aug28

School is Cool, Fool.

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If you listen really closely, you might hear the cheers and dancing of parents in the streets across our great cities and suburbs… or maybe that’s only me, running up and down our lane screaming like a wild man, as the gray hairs that have accumulated over the past few months fall onto the sidewalk.

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Aug27

Let’s Play Link Up: Share Your Favorite Images of Summer Activity for a Chance to Win!

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Disclosure: I am currently serving as a “Play Ambassador” for Let’s Play. This is a sponsored post, however, the opinions expressed are my own. A few weeks ago, our family took the Let’s Play Pledge to get the kids outside this summer more than ever before and a bunch of you agreed to do the same.

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Aug22

Slow Down and Save a Life.

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As most of you know, with ‘Dad or Alive’, I usually lead with humor and comedy generally reigns supreme. I was having dinner with a good friend in Los Angeles a few weeks ago that implored me to share more of my serious side. I believe his exact words were “What I love is that

Adrian breastfeeding targeting system
Aug7

Breast is Best.

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With great power, comes great responsibility… or something like that. It can be said of superheroes, as well as women and moms. You hold the power of the breast. It can used for good and evil, but mostly good. Perhaps it’s a little odd for a man to be writing an article paying homage to

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Aug6

ASPARAGUS & SWEET CORN CAPRESE SALAD.

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I’m just going to go ahead and quote Lana Del Rey right now. I’ve got that summertime, summertime sadness. Although, I think she’s actually crooning in her sultry voice about the end of a summer fling, while I’m yodeling in my off-key voice about being hot as ballz, sweaty, miserable and unable to force myself

Pepperoni Pesto and Spinachi off the grill
Jul4

Grilled Pizza and a 4th of July Giveaway!

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It feels like just yesterday that I had my face smashed up against the cold glass of our front window, whimpering about the foot of snow in the driveway that I’d soon have to clear. But that’s over. I woke up this morning and realized that it was July. We somehow skipped spring and went

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Jun25

Homemade Strawberry Watermelon Creamsicles from Heaven.

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Last summer I was faced with the tough decision of whether or not my four year old boy was ready for kindergarten. Let me rephrase that…. I was faced with the tough decision of  whether or not I was ready for kindergarten. In the long run, I was able to get past my feelings of

Adrian on porch stoop in Souderton 1980
Jun23

How I Discovered My Love for the Outdoors as a Child.

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Disclosure: I am currently serving as a “Play Ambassador” for Let’s Play. This is a sponsored post, however, the opinions expressed are my own. Sometimes love is found in the most mysterious of places… and ways. Ever since I was young, I’ve never questioned my passion for nature and the outdoors. What was the inspiration, you

Adrian cooking breakfast for kids 30 years later
Jun15

Following in my Father’s Footsteps.

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It’s funny, what you remember from your childhood. On this Father’s Day, I was lucky enough to spend it with my dad, as he and my mom drove down from Pennsylvania on Friday. Jenny and Nana ran a few errands in the later afternoon and my dad and I had a rare chance to hang

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Jun13

Beating Back the Creature of Habit.

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In the grand scheme of things, having a bunch of kids right in a row and being a full-time primary caregiver is pretty routine. Sure, when we had Ava (our first), EVERYTHING was a new experience, from changing your first diaper to giving your first bath, letting them walk on their own, despite your insecurities