Tag Archives: girls

One step forward.

The announcement that Facebook will start to block or remove posts that include hateful content is significant. As a dad, as a man, as a human being—it’s a welcome change to a disturbing side effect of social media. Images that … Continue reading

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No do-over.

We have a law in Canada that allows you to seal your juvenile criminal record. Our court system recognizes that young offenders should not permanently be held accountable for the errors of youth once they’ve become adults. From shoplifting to … Continue reading

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Boys and Girls

I was really dismayed and frustrated to read the transcript of this week’s #DadChat, a weekly Twitter chat about being a dad. I’ve followed the chat for a while, yet almost never take part, but it’s one of the hash … Continue reading

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Oh boy! New LEGO.

Well, there certainly is a lot of fuss over LEGO for girls. I’ll start with a full disclosure. I am a LEGO fan. I still build with it, and get excited when I get it for a gift. I take … Continue reading

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