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The 'richest guys on Earth'

Posted by Kip Durney January 31, 2014 03:22 PM

I've often been critical of brands and their stereotypical portrayal of lazy dads who don't care about being a good parent. They too often send a message that the majority of us dads would rather not participate in raising our children because it's hard, because it's inconvenient, and because we can easily get our wives or someone else to do the hard stuff.

Times are changing.

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Portland: a parent's weekend get-away

Posted by Kip Durney January 28, 2014 05:07 PM

Last weekend, the long weekend, my wife and I had the unique opportunity to escape for a few days alone - sans children. Of course it’s always hard to leave your kids for any period of time as you perpetually worry about them but sometimes you just need to re-charge the batteries and remember ‘your everything.’

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Be good parents: brainwash

Posted by Kip Durney January 17, 2014 12:51 PM

As parents, it is our job to protect, educate, and provide the tools necessary for our children in order for them to thrive and develop their own ideas, desires, and opinions. We do what we can to not just give the answers they so desperately seek, but rather to provide them with a path to find out for themselves.

Except when it comes to football.

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Open letter to my daughters

Posted by Kip Durney January 9, 2014 11:34 AM

A&Z,

I have sat down for the past several months trying to write this letter to you both but have not been able to find the words. I wrote Open Letter to My Son with relative ease so I have been perplexed as to why I have had such a hard time writing to you.

Until today.

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Tubalub is written by Kip Durney who lives on the North Shore of Boston with his wife, three kids (including identical twin girls), and a very excitable yellow lab. When More »

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