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When Husband Becomes Daddy

Everywhere you look online, you can find articles about the various ways having kids may strain your marriage: less sleep, more expenses, more people to wrangle, less time for each other, etc. For better or worse, kids will definitely alter your marriage. They may also change the way you see your husband. Qualities that may […]

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How I Met Your Father . . . Again

Hi, kids. Walk back in time with me a little to the year 2001. Social media wasn’t a thing. Video on demand wasn’t a thing. My cell phone was only to be used in case of emergency. But, I was working for an innovative new website called Dateline Alabama. It was created by one of […]

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How I Met Your Father :: Surprised by Joy

Dear Children, I know you have seen the animated movies and heard the fairytales of “happily ever after” romances that come in surprising circumstances and to unsuspecting people. You know the ways that love surprises: It’s the shoe that fits, the kiss that awakens, the love-at-first-sight that breaks down any barriers of social class and distinction. […]

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Working in a Full House

During our 11 years of marriage, my husband and I have tackled almost all of the acronyms out there: DINKs (dual-income, no-kids); WOHM/SAHD (working outside the home mom, stay-at-home dad); WOHM/WAHD (working mom, work-at-home dad with kids in school); and now WAHM/WAHD. That’s right — we’re both working from home. And, because our children are […]

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