The Puny Pundit

Musings of a big guy with small thoughts.

Things I Learn From My Kids: Being not Doing

Last week #1 and I went on a date.  It was a lot of fun especially since she has grown so much.  We were having real life conversations and I really enjoyed it.  During dinner I realized how much like her mother she is.  To give you an idea of how cool this kid is, below are some of the topics we covered… Read the rest of this entry »

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Things I Learn From My Kids – Selflessness

Kids are selfish.  They are.  From birth they only know me, myself, and I.  Any parent will tell you this. There are times however when your kids will surprise you. Read the rest of this entry »

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Things I Learn From My Kids – Family Matters

I love my kids.  I really do love them.  But honestly, fatherhood was not and is not a natural thing for me.  I never liked kids growing up.  I am not a nurturer.  To top it off, I love work.  My wife tells me I am a good father but to be honest, I do not see it or feel it.  If my wife is right, then it is definitely a learned behavior/skill.  Today I will be sharing two stories that served as very powerful lessons that family matters.  Family is important.  Hope you enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Things I Learn From My Kids – Parents Matter

I have been working on a new series.  We parents are always teaching, instructing, correcting, disciplining, etc.  It is a lot of work.  For the last eight years I have been telling my kids to say thank you or to greet adults when being addressed…for eight years I have to remind them everyday…EVERYday. Read the rest of this entry »

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