Monday Share: Week 25

I hope all you dads had great day yesterday. Moms, I hope your children’s father and your own father had a great day.

Even all of you who fill the fatherly role.

Hope you were able to play your “Dad Card” to get out any unwanted duties. Now we’re back to real life so it’s back to working and cooking and cleaning and jumping on trampolines and putting kids to bed and doing whatever it is you do as Dad.

Motherhood Made Me Do It
The death of a good morning…

Four Princesses and the Cheese
Hatchimal craze anyone?

Green Grapes
Seeing the light means being thankful…

Return of the Modern Philosopher
The Prince of Darkness’s father?

Who’s My Favorite Today
Cucumber trees?

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Got to love a good Dad joke…

Sunday Share: Week 24

We relayed all day yesterday. Relayed for Life. Our town used to host a Relay for Life. However, last year they opted not because of a lack of support. So “Ray Ray’s Sugarbears” made this their final year for Relay. Their dad put the bug in their ear last fall about taking part in one nearby since our town wasn’t holding one. When he passed in February DW and her brother vowed to make it their best one yet.

They set ambitious fundraising goals. DW wanted to raise $2,000. Her brother, $15,000. Not only did they reach their $17,000 wish, they blew it out of the sky.

They were the top fundraising team with $22,500.

The goal for the town’s Relay was $20,000. They raised $50,000.

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Left: DW’s Brother, an Aunt, Nanny, an Aunt, DW, an Uncle Front: Crash, cousin, cousin, Bang

Lutheran Liar
A special party with Champagne and dancing…

A Song Diary
Totally not Beyonce’s song…

Dramatic Momologue
Dammit y’all…

True North Nomad
Finding a new kind of home…

Old Time Rock and Roll
R.I.P. music…

Sunday Share: Week 23

It’s officially June.

I was talking to a boy on the playground last week at school. He told me, “There’s a June bug over there” and pointed to the ground in the corner of an asphalted area.

I replied, “Oh, show me.”

“I stomped on it.” He explained. “It’s not June, yet.”

Had that bug just waited one more day, he would have been in the correct month and would have survived. Though I know that boy made a many people happy. To some, the only good June bug is a dead June bug.

KS Beth
Hilarious troubles I’ll never face…

Home With Peanut
Funny parenting FB posts…

Sauce Box
About free samples…

Ipuna Black
Earning and giving…

Fatty McCupcakes
Being positive about your body…

All In A Dad’s Work
A shameless self promotion – Go Ask Your Father

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Baseball “tryouts” start tomorrow for Crash!

Sunday Share: Week 22

 

In case you’re counting, there are 210 days until Christmas!

You’re probably not counting, though. Neither am I.

But just like Christmas Eve, not a creature is stirring. The boys are asleep with visions of God knows what dancing in their dreams. The parrot is covered and quiet (until she screeches for a treat at 9:30). With it so peaceful, I leave you these good reads for this evening. Or morning for those of you on the other side.

One Good Dad
Where do you sit?

Hopeless Mom*Antics
Keep on Killin’ it!

Mom of Two Little Girls
Is all of it necessary?

Hold Me, Don’t Hold Me
Our kids are jerks (sometimes)

A Momma’s View
Making more love…

I’m still singing Nancy Mulligan

She was Nancy Mulligan
And I was William Sheeran
She took my name and then we were one
Down by the Wexford border

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Sunday Share: Week 21

If it’s not raining y’all, it’s windy. 70 kph wind gusts yesterday and today. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was a bit warmer, but it’s only 10C (50F). At least it’s not raining. Or snowing. Friends of ours in Newfoundland got snow yesterday. Not just some flurries or a dusting, but enough for snowball fights and sledding! Here we are approaching the end of May and they’re still out snowshoeing. 

So, whether you’re enjoying sunshine and warm weather or out building igloos, here is this week’s share. Happy reading!

Sauce Box Site

The capital of Illinois is what?

The Todfather

A sit down talk with dad about sleeping arrangements…

Rhythm In Life
Summertime! A poem…

Stories of Four Boys
About having all boys…

Riddle from the Middle

On bathrooms and bears…

 

Sunday Share Week 20: The Mother’s Day Edition

It takes a village to raise a child.

I had my share of mother’s growing up. My own mother who made sacrifices to make sure I got to play sports – baseball, soccer, and in high school, wrestling. Then there we all my friend’s mothers who often times allowed me over for sleepovers and would feed me and make sure my mom knew where I was. Then there were my two mother-in-laws who took me into their family as if I was one of their own.

Then there is DW, the mother of my children. Not only does she keep our kids in line, but she’s taken over keeping me in line, too. Kind of like the passing of the torch.

It takes a village.

KS Beth
Moms and circuses…

Erika Kind
100 years…

A Momma’s View
An unpaid, full-time job…

Ah Dad
Scoring brownie points…

Sheila Moss
Trying to say thanks…

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sUNDAY sHARE: wEEK 19

Sorry about that. My caps lock was on. Here’s our forecast for the rest of day, tonight, and tomorrow morning.

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This is what Friday’s forecast looked like.
This is what Saturday’s forecast looked like.
This is what Sunday’s Forecast looks like.
This is what Monday’s forecast looks like.
This is what Tuesday’s forecast looks like.

Wednesday the sun comes back.

Sun!
Sun!
Glorious sun!

Until then, here’s some reading material…

Lisa Appelo

Heavenly love…

J.A. Allen

A timely trip home…

Welcome to the Nursery

Winning at Momhood…

The Return of the Modern Philsopher

The day the Devil didn’t show up…

Squirmy Popple

Blogging advice on how not to give a $#!+

Lastly, in case you missed it, you can now find and connect with me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/allinadadswork!

This is one of my favorite posts of the week. I get to share what you shared with us. The perk is when others then share what I wrote. A huge thank you to all those who have shared my writing. It never goes unnoticed and is always appreciated.

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Sunday Share: Week 17: S Days

17 weeks seems such a small amount of time. Especially when you compare it to the 35 weeks we have left until Christmas. However, this time next week will be the last day of April. Mother Nature, being the fickle beast she is, decided to give us 2 inches of snow last night. It looks more like Christmas a week after Easter than it did on Christmas! Go home Mother Nature, you’re drunk.

I found some of these by searching the tag #atozchallenge in my reader. I found some new blogs to follow. Hope you do to!

coach daddy Coach Daddy
S is for Stories – 6 word stories and a 5 year gift…

shari Writing is Communication
S is for Strange games. But not so strange because I play them, too…

musing My Mildly Mortifying Musings
S is for Spark – but not the spark you thought you knew…

bit2read Bit2Read
S is for Something New or Starting Over. Or finding inspiration at TJ Maxx

sandra What Sandra Thinks
S is for Serving Size. Or WTH?

stomperdad All In A Dad’s Work
S is for the best day of the week! Not for Snow like we got last night.

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Sunday Share: Week 16 #AtoZChallenge

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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!
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Sunday Share: Week 15

Hang in there Lent folks, this is your last week of abstinence.

Warm weather is upon us. The sun is shining and the winds are calm. Friday’s rain made the snow go all gone. The boys want to go out to play, but mean old dad is making them clean/tidy up their rooms in order to gather up all their dirty laundry so that I can wash. They mooed about it, but I gave them the option of playing outside or wearing dirty clothes to school. Smart boys chose to gather laundry and tidy their room first. Mark one in the win column for dad!

Dorky Mom Doodles
Abs of what?

Man vs Mommy
Kids, school, and fight for what’s best for them…

Modern Mommy Madness
The beginning of her journey to sobriety…

Suzie Speaks
What Suzie learned about blogging by blogging

Life, Kids, and a Glass of Red
Parenting lessons not learned in books…

Properly Ridiculous
A break up letter to yummy goodness…

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Time to get out!