Archive > December 2011

The Boobies Have It

I’m always interested when boobs are on the news. A little while back, a Houston woman got some flack in Target for breastfeeding her baby.  A couple of the employees told her to go the fitting rooms to feed her baby, and also informed her that she could get a ticket and/or a fine for […]

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The Boy Blogger

Parenting can be very hard.  Sometimes you feel like just crawling in a hole and waiting for that awkward phase (age 2-33) to pass. But sometimes, it’s great. It’s very sad to watch your child grow up right before your eyes, but it’s so rewarding.  There are moments of almost overwhelming happiness.  And even though […]

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The Tossing of the Christmas Tree

It’s sort of like the running of the bulls, only safer, less cruel, and much more satisfying. It’s no secret I’m not a big fan of Christmas.  In an effort to prevent wet-blanketing everyone else’s holiday this year, I tried really hard to express an acceptable amount of spirit.  I did pretty good, if I […]

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Evangelical Lowe’s

God has been in the news a lot lately. Well, maybe a more accurate statement would be to say that his representatives here on Earth have been in the news a lot lately.  I watch TV news shows in the morning, and browse different newspaper headlines from time to time, and oddly enough, two different […]

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Mother Lion

Bullying sucks. Sooner or later, just about every child has to face a bully.  It’s a sad fact of life, and as a parent, it’s a tough situation.  You want to jump in and defend your child, but you also want them to grow and be able to deal with bad people on their own, […]

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Thank God I’m (married to) a Country Boy

I may have to revise John Denver’s song a little to be more appropriate in my own life. We were out and about recently, and on the way home we stopped for lunch.  On the way out I was waiting to pay the bill, and I couldn’t help but notice the guy in front of me. […]

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