6 Kids: You Know What Causes That?

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Since pretty much our 3rd kid, when someone discovers how many children we have, a good chunk of the time the question gets asked, “Why?”  Often it is presented in a more joky fashion – like, “Do you know what causes that?” or “They have solutions for that, you know.”  I haven’t always had the […]


Recipe Time! Gluten Free Perogy Lasagna

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So here’s the thing: casseroles are almost universally made with wheat.  If they aren’t thickened with flour then they include things like the classic standby, “Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom Soup” which while ridiculously savoury and cheap, it is thickened by, you guessed it, flour.  So what’s a poor man to do when he is craving […]


A Little Laugh: My Youngest and I Eating Grasshoppers!

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Enjoy!


9 Fantasy Films My Kids Need To See

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I have been a nut for stories of swords and sorcery since I was oh, about 8 or 9 and a friend of mind introduced me to the boardgame, “Dungeon!” which quickly transitioned (much like a gateway drug leads to greater flights of fancy… I mean greater highs and addictions) into Dungeons & Dragons.  We’re talking […]


My View on Fatherhood Part 3: Father of 6

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Here’s more on the unique perspective you will get here at Fathering From Home.  Not only am I a stay-at-home Dad and a father of exclusively boys, but I am the father of 6. Honestly, in North America in 2013, being the father of 6 is practically a scarlet letter.  To the granola crowd I […]


My View on Fatherhood Part 2: Father of Boys

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My view on fatherhood is complex.  All these different labels and situations come together like those lenses in an optometrist’s office, creating a unique focal point and outlook on the issues going on that face Dads.  In part 1 I talked about the reality of me being a stay-at-home Dad, and why I am completely […]


My View on Fatherhood Pt. 1: Stay-At-Home Father

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I’ve recently been connecting with a couple of Facebook groups – one for Dad Bloggers which is cool, and one for Stay-At-Home-Dads which in some ways is even cooler. Every Dad, every family has their own approach to parenting, and managing the issues that face every family.  What is an issue for one family is […]


Parenthood: the Best Road to Maturity

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They say that you don’t really grow up until you have kids.  That may not be true in every case, but so far in this life, the most immature people I have met have been without children, and the most mature people I have met have been parents. Why is this?  I don’t think it’s […]


Guest Post on DaddyBlogger.ca

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Hey people. You can check out my guest post on Daddyblogger.ca – he is based out of Vancouver, so I thought I would produce something local for him since we used to live there for 13 years. If you’re looking for some good parks to take your kids, or even what to look for in […]


My Son: Award Winning Artist

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An odd thing happened last winter. My 4 year old son, attempting a precocious Kindergarten year, drew a picture.  The teacher asked him to draw a cowboy.  So he did.  It wasn’t spectacular.  Even he didn’t think so.  But he got a lot of detail into it.  In fact, there is quite a lot there […]


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