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Show 43: The Pilots Part Two. Girl, What a Story

We couldn’t keep The “Pilots” away (really why would we?) and of course, they continue to roll us over the coals and we certainly deserve it. Lots of fun. Celeste and Jon talk about having a daughter (as they’re the

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Show 25: Sneaking Out

We all did it as a kid at least once. Some of us more than others and some of us more severely as others. So, what do you do when it’s your kid doing the sneaking. When you catch them, what

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Show 24: Grounded but Not Punished

Probably one of the things that dads, well parents in general, want of their kids are for them to be fine, upstanding and well-grounded humans. The Golden Rule is definitely apropos here: “Treat others as you’d want them to treat

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Show 23: To Snip or Not to Snip

Probably all men have thoughts and worries about their virility and the status of their vas deferens. Some never alter that path and some do. Those who have tell tales of either indifference or woe and agony, but is that

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Show 19: Traveling with Kids

How do you travel with kids? Do you take them? Leave them with family? Traveling can be expensive, but it can also be rewarding. The “turner of the dials,” Tim, is a travel professional (read: agent) and weighs in on

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Show 18: Moving Kids.

It seems that even when kids grow up and move out, there will still be the need for “Dad’s Moving Service.” Paul and Tim haven’t had to deal with this yet, but their days are coming. Jon has had to do

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Show 17: Do As I Say. How to Talk to Your Kids About How You Were A Kid

We all heard that saying growing up: “Do as I say, not as I do.” Chances are we’ve said it to our kids at least once. It’s hard not to understand what their rationale is, we lived it. Does that

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