An Eagle Point school standing together and supporting both the family who lost a daughter, and the right to speech, right to grieve a loss of a classmate, the right to fight against BULLYING and raise awareness for SUICIDE PREVENTION.
This is the story in the news about retired Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s where a celebratory tweet to his daughter opened the door to two men’s vile and sadistic remarks ultimately causing him to call them out. Read about this father’s love and his lesson all parents should be teaching.
I thank God every day that Facebook and Twitter, instagram, vine, Youtube, all of it, did not exist when I went to High School. I can’t imagine the dumb stuff I’d have been caught saying and doing.
If you are a dad this is something you well know already, if you are a dad with a daughter this is likely to get your blood going. If you are a boy, or young man, or husband, and you haven’t experienced children yet, or haven’t had a daughter, it’s next to impossible for you to understand.
My daughter, my one and only daughter, has worked her ass off playing sports the past 9-10 years. She’s loved it, and I’ve loved being able to both watch, and coach along the way.
Last week we were told she’d been accepted to college and will begin playing softball there next year.
Clearly an incredibly proud day.
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This morning I received a letter from a fan of my Facebook page named Bobbie Ann Phillips and as I read it I knew instantly this needed to be read by all of you. This is her story and its an honest account of how it feels, of what we don't expect, our fears and… Continue reading I never…words from a bio/step mom that hit home.
I got suckered in. That is how it happened. I’m sure the same has happened to you as you scroll through your newsfeed on Facebook and some silly post catches your eye. For me, it was - - type your name into Google with “is a” after it and see what comes up. Clearly I… Continue reading Two P’s in a Poop
This is incredible, and the best part was that I could see it as written by my husband to me.
It was early in the morning when I was still half asleep with bleary eyes… and the wife was already up and getting dressed… that it happened… I snuck a peek. I admit it. She was getting dressed and I rolled over and I snuck a peek. And I’m not ashamed. You know why?? Because my wife is a goddess. She doesn’t realize it. But she is. Because you all are goddesses and I don’t think you don’t realize it. But you are.
You don’t know it but you’re beautiful even at 6 in the morning rushing out the door to work trying to find the perfect heel to match the third outfit you just swapped from the closet. You’re beautiful.
You don’t know it but you’re beautiful even when you’re annoyed at us for leaving clothes all over the floor or the seat up in the bathroom and you…
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It is true, you may be scared and uneasy maybe even willing to self sabotage it once it arrives - but the ability to love someone new, a last ditch effort of maybe this could be the elusive one - is there inside everyone. But, why? Why not just completely rule out the possibility of… Continue reading Everyone has one more chance for love inside them
Myths:∗Don’t be a Mom, be their friend∗Don’t be the disciplinarian∗Stepchildren should be allowed to misbehave∗It is easier without the other parents involvement.∗You will eventually grow to love them, and they will love you.Chances are, if you are a stepparent, you've had these said to you by either a successful stepparent whose life is perfect… Continue reading Five stepfamily myths – busted!