This week I am starting a new weekend round up of articles and blog posts that I enjoyed throughout the week and think are worth sharing with all of you. I am also highlighting the posts of mine that you read the most – one is the most popular new post of the week and one is the most popular of the week from my archives. Thanks for reading.
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Content that I enjoyed this week
I felt like I was looking at my future when I read this one.
An excellent piece that captures a lot of my life these days. Getting frustrated with kids who ignore me and then losing my cool in the irritation or finding ways to step away and all the while hoping to teach my kids how to behave as a grown up some day.
“Maybe instead of messages of the overprotective dad, we need more messages about respectful young men and independent young women.
After all, isn’t that what we expect our children to be? Isn’t that what they already are?”
Yes to all of this.
Lots of feels in these illustrations.
The challenge of making it up as you go as a new parent and just trying to survive.
While I don’t know that there are many people other than me who would refer to me as fat and I don’t run, I can I can relate to Aaron Gouveia’s defiance and determination in this piece. It is a constant struggle to get to a place with our bodies where we feel healthy and comfortable. Hats off to Aaron and everyone else who makes the effort to be healthy for themselves and their kids.
Top posts on DadGoesRound April 9 – 16
Top New Post Of The Week
Some days parenting really sucks. Our middle child is resistant to taking medication and this time we had to pin her down and force her. I felt like we were treating her like a dog and yet we had no other option.
Top Post from the Archives
Some tips on how to slow down and stop rushing your kids though life. Also how to cut down on your own frustration and stress levels.This is a great collection of posts written by #dadbloggers or about #fatherhood from the past week. You should read them. Click To Tweet
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