My baby girl is now teetering precariously on the brink of teenhood, and I am reluctantly facing the reality that I may need to . . . adjust some of my preconceived notions.
Wearily I stood, every bone crying out in protest as I gazed across the muddy battlefield. When was I last warm and dry? I could not remember. All was wet and dreary, icy rain spitting from iron skies, chilling my
My wife and I had our first (and only) daughter via "Caesarean" (from the ancient Latin words Caes meaning "be ready to sell your house" and Arean meaning "to slice open like a haggis"). Understand, we didn't plan it that way. We rushed off
Fishing with little girls is unlike any version of the sport that you’ve ever experienced. Spending a day on the water with a small child would leave the boat captain from “Jaws” weeping and in the fetal position. Basically, you’re refereeing a contest between the two shortest attention spans in