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What Parents Get Wrong About Raising Girls

By David Robinson

  We hear it over and over that the fastest way to get ahead is to go for broke. However, Saujani explains that we raise our daughters to stay away from hazards and disappointment.  From the time they are born, they’re  taught to avoid taking risks. Girls are urged to play it safe and look for jobs […]

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Who is my second cousin Once Removed, Anyway?

By David Robinson

Second Cousin Once Removed What does “second cousin once removed” really mean, anyway? Maybe, if we knew the answer; we might stop killing each other because of our race. I mean, we’re really more closely related than we think. Let jump in and find out! Have you have ever wondered how you are technically related […]

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6 Things Really Great Dads Never Do

By David Robinson

  There is no way to be a perfect dad, but there are a million ways to be a really great one. Despite the fact that there is no road map for being a successful dad there are many, many things you can do to make a big difference in your child’s life. I know it sometimes […]

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How to Make Spaghetti Sauce From Scratch, The Complete Beginner’s Guide

By David Robinson

What’s for Dinner? This Wednesday I’m going to tell you a short story about how I learned to make a spaghetti sauce my whole family thinks is delicious; then I’ll give you an excellent, simple recipe—-how to make spaghetti sauce from scratch—-. What are the kids going to eat tonight for dinner? When Nikki and […]

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Sex, Selfies and How Social Media Effects Teen Girls

By David Robinson

  It used to take hard work to become famous. That was before the arrival of Youtube and social media. Now apps like Snapchat, Whisper, and Kik Messenger make it possible for kids to have all sorts of things going on without their parent’s knowledge. What do these apps do? These are Social media apps that let […]

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The New Plan to Eliminate Hoverboard Fires

By David Robinson

Recently, several safety experts and this blog warned families about the dangers of hoverboard fires. Hoverboards are the hot, new toy all the kids and quite a few adults want to own. They are a little too hot as it turns out. There have been several Hoverboard fires since this recently developed toy came out. As I mentioned […]

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Toy Maker’s Confidential Data About Thousands of Kids Exposed.

By David Robinson

Large Toy Maker’s Data is Hacked Christmas is almost here again. It’s time to get the kiddies Christmas lists from them and prepare to become Santa Claus for a night. If you haven’t already started, it’s time to start buying those Christmas #toys. Speaking of Christmas toys did you hear the latest news about educational […]

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Exposed! Youngsters With Class or How Class Looks… Teenagers

By David Robinson

Wow! Have they grown. Where did the time go?  Malia and Sasha are now 17 and 14 years old. They have an incredible future ahead of them. Can’t wait to see how it turns out   “I believe that they dress for their age, they dress in a way that for me is fashionable and […]

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Why You Should Love the End of Daylight Savings Time

By David Robinson

Hoo Ray!!! Last weekend was the end of Daylight Savings Time. Here’s the other good thing I said I would tell you about in my last post. Last Saturday we set our clocks back an hour, it was the end of Daylight Savings Time for this year. I love it when the clocks “fall back” […]

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Father’s Day

By David Robinson

Mid June is here, and summer has arrived. It’s time for all the great dads in the good ole U.S. of A.  to get their yearly  20 minutes of fame.  Father’s Day always reminded me of a low-budget version of Mother’s Day. Moms get all the glory. Maybe that’s the way it should be. After […]

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