How to talk about death to a 5 year-old

How to Talk about Death with a 5 Year-Old

Last week, my 23 year-old nephew David died and as family was about to gather, it was important to tell my 5 year-old son what had happened, what the next few days would be like and how he should be a part of it (or not). I’m...
by William Scheckel
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A Star Wars Guide for Dads

This is probably the most important piece of the Star Wars universe for dads who grew up with the movies (at least the most important piece that isn’t Empire Strikes Back). Since we’re all being hit by a Lucas-sized...
by William Scheckel
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Comic Book Show Update! [Updated Again]

Wow, well this was unexpected. I knew that this wasn’t a bad idea – hold a comic book show, help out a former dealer who has fallen on hard times and terrible health in addition to losing her husband quite suddenly....
by William Scheckel
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Cool Dad Project-Make Your Own Rocket

Have you ever dreamed of being an astronaut and heading into space? Well, this project might not help you become an astronaut, but at least you’ll be able to build your own rocket and see it soar into the sky. This is the...
by The Fathers' Lounge
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Dad’s Reaction To Getting A Ticket To The Game

      Happy Wednesday! I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas. Here is a video of a father receiving a wonderful gift from his son–his expression is simply priceless!
by The Fathers' Lounge
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The Dad Nod (or How to Speak “Dad”)

When I first got married, I remember telling people that the most important husband code was “mmm”. It’s the perfect word. Depending on how you use it, it can mean, “I agree”, “I’m contemplating”, “it’s deli...
by William Scheckel
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Teach Fractions with Lego

I wish I could claim credit for this, it’s simple and brilliant! I also wish I could credit the person who came up with it, but the link I was sent didn’t have a name attached to it. So if it’s you, step up an...
by William Scheckel
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