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Dad for Beginners

Amateurism at its best

December 31, 2013
by Creed
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How to Use Morning Sickness to Your Advantage

Lately, my wife has been subtly hinting at how she’d like to have another child. While she never comes right out and says it, there are distinct moments when it is obvious that another kid could be on the horizon. … Continue reading

December 25, 2013
by Creed
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My Son’s First Christmas

This is my son’s first Christmas. I know this for several reasons. However, when engaged in a recent superficial discussion with one of my neighbors whom I don’t really know, I began to question the existentialism of what it really … Continue reading

December 19, 2013
by Creed
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The Mythical Creatures of Childhood, pt. 2: Elf on the Shelf

Children are very trusting. Why wouldn’t they be? After all, they are completely dependent upon their parents and given that the parents believe in feeding, clothing, and taking care of the child, there is no reason why the child would … Continue reading

December 13, 2013
by Creed
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Infant Relationships

He stared into her eyes with a penetrating inquisition. What was he thinking about? No one knew. No one could know. Arguably, he himself didn’t even know. Yet perhaps that was what made his intense focus all the more significant.  … Continue reading

December 6, 2013
by Creed
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The Mythical Creatures of Childhood, pt. 1: Santa

One of the most beautiful and precious characteristics about a bright-eyed little person is their unquestionable innocence. Babies are the pinnacle of human purity. They live their lives without the stress of financial needs. They are blissfully ignorant to the … Continue reading

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December 2, 2013
by Creed
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Old People, Babies, and Dogs

We place importance on interesting things. Priorities always make sense in one’s own mind, but sometimes even the most well intentioned priorities are questionable. The ways in which we collectively treat old people, babies, and dogs is a great example … Continue reading

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