“Pop Female Empowerment?” Not My Daughter!

It’s a glossy world, filled with self discovery and female badassery where men are captive, drooling oafs pining to be entertained. Entertained by that one special woman who aspires to be great, discovers her voice and comes to have her eager audience eating from the palm of her hand all while finding the love of her life. Yeah. Right! I’m talking about Burlesque, the new movie starring Cher and Christi Read More...

The Write Words

There’s Hallmark. There’s $H!@! My Dad Says. There are countless tees and bumper stickers and books and whatever else you can find with something witty, poignant or just plain asinine to say. If you’re a dad who has a hard time putting together the right words to say to your wife, or your son or daughter, the right words are out there. Let me caution you, that your actions will ALWAYS speak louder Read More...

How To Be “The Rock” In Tough Times

I really don’t quite know where to start this post as it’s about a pretty tough time in my marriage. I married young and wasn’t much of a husband when my wife and I got our start. This, ultimately, led to a long time of her having to deal with a boy trying to learn to be a man “on the job.” A few years of resentment built up as my wife felt at times like she was raising more than one Read More...

Growing up Google

http:[email protected]/4606988561 An interesting question was posed recently: What are we losing as our kids are growing up on google? There’s an overarching thought to this which is much broader than what I’m going to deal with here on Dad Revolution. I will however answer the broader implications on my own blog. The reason for taking a narrow focus in this post is because I want Read More...

Viva La Revolucion!

First, I’d like to say that it is an honor to have been asked to join a group of men who are also passionate about being great fathers and sharing their journey. I think that this “Dad Revolution” is a long time coming and feel blessed to live in an age where technology can connect dads from all over the world. When I started my family at the age of 20, I was often alone because I wanted to do  Read More...