#AlistairPalmerPhotography I was on one of my guy boat trips. I always get up early because I don’t want to miss anything spectacular, and mornings at sea can bring many surprises. This morning did not disappoint. I was mesmerized by... http://weekenddad.ca/photography/39-golden-morning-fog/
In consideration of a quote by Buffalo Bill, "But the love of adventure was in father's blood," flashback to a photo I took of a Muddy Water Buffalo in Nairobi, Kenya. A fun fact, http://weekenddad.ca/photography/muddy-water-buffalo/
#book #parenting #parentingbook I took on the guilt for my son’s sin. But was it a sin? How can a child sin if he doesn’t know right from wrong? This is the true story of when my youngest son unwittingly utters some brutal observations about a slightly deformed man. As a parent, I was stumped about how to handle the situation, at least on the spot. Full story in Story 27 of my book. Free stories available for download at http://weekenddad.ca/weekend-dad-stories-free/.
Have you ever had to teach your child a lesson? I tried...but my attempt unfortunately backfired. Check out the full story in Story 26 of my book, Abandoned!, and then share your experience as well. http://weekenddad.ca/weekend-dad-stories/
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico - December Even though the tree was only 25 to 30 feet tall, taking this photo at a low angle made them near equals. There's a story to this tree. I’ve watched them decorate it several times over the past three Christmases.
With the holidays approaching and all the latest and greatest toys hitting store shelves, it’s foreseeable to hear “I want, I want, I want” from kids. For that reason, it was important that I correct my own kids’ misguided sense of the value of coins and teach them about retailers’ marketing ploys and sales tactics. To instill the all-important concept of value in the boys, I...Read more in Story 25 of Confessions of a Weekend Dad http://weekenddad.ca/free-stories/
Halloween Story Reminiscing of the boys first Halloween and little Jordan dressed up as a pterodactyl. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love Halloween! The costumes, decorations, alter-egos, role-playing, and all the treats & tricks. As I show in Story 20, The Supercool Pterodactyl, it’s also an incredible way to help your kids overcome shyness. DOWNLOAD FREE STORIES FROM THE BOOK AT: http://weekenddad.ca/weekend-dad-stories-free/