Sunday Share: Week 16 #AtoZChallenge


I hope the Easter Bunny found everyone happy and healthy this glorious morning! Bonus points if you figure out the common link in all these posts!

Dorky Mom Doodles
M is for Marriage

A Momma’s View
M is for Miracles

Coach Daddy
M is for Men I Forgot to Be

John Mark Miller – The Artistic Christian
M is for Music of Mercy: Echos from the Titanic

Writing is Communication
A – Z Blogging Challenge, Raising Boys: The Penis Chronicles Presents the Letter M for Magic Mike

All In A Dad’s Work (aka Stomperdad) (aka me)
M is for Mom

Have a letter M post you’d like to share? Leave it in the comments!
Not enough Easter Bunny today? Hop on over and find me on Twitter!


22 thoughts on “Sunday Share: Week 16 #AtoZChallenge

    • Your very welcome. I was looking through my reader for people participating in the A to Z challenge. I could only find three! So I started looking through comments and likes to see who was participating. Today was your lucky day and my thanks for reading/liking my posts πŸ™‚ Happy Easter!

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      • Glad I lucked out! In the reader, try using the tag: “A-to-ZChallenge” – it seems to be a more widely used one. You can also find a lot of AtoZ activity on Twitter. Have a good one!

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      • I tried the tag in the reader, but I was looking more for the blog I already follow and people who follow/read me. It didn’t get me the results I was looking for. I didn’t think of using the tag on twitter. I’ll try that next time for sure!

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      • I guess the kids think that whole “risen” theme to Easter Sunday has to apply to them, too. πŸ˜‰ We made the mistake of waking up Little Man at 5:00 so we could do both the baskets, then let him lie down with me to sleep until a more reasonable hour. Big mistake. No going back to sleep for him.

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      • Wait. You woke him up? You’re nuts! Never wake a sleeping dragon. And you’re right… Never mind the whole “Jesus has risen” “The kids have risen” is far more appropriate!

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      • I know! I think the 3 hours of sleep must have made me temporarily stupid.

        Next Easter must go as:

        Mom: The kids have risen.
        Dad: They are risen, indeed!

        (That’s how the Methodist church responds, anyway.)


      • Temporary stupidity is a perfectly logic argument. Are we bad for comparing our children getting out of bed to Jesus going to Heaven? Even if we are, it’s still funny πŸ™‚

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