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What I Did with My Summer Vacation

When I walked into the basement and saw Batman 222 covered with dust, I knew I had to do something. Angie couldn’t make it down the stairs to join me, so she sat on a chair at the top of the stairs and we shouted our conversa...
by William Scheckel
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scam-hook-line-sinker

Anatomy of a Scam, or Be Sure to Tell Your Kids to Answer Their Phones if Their Grandparents Call

This actually happened to a close family member who I’ll call Natalie Moore. I’m going to give you the blow-by-blow so you can see how this works and what to be on the lookout for. Kids today don’t like to talk on the pho...
by William Scheckel
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let-it-be

Support a Dad Facing His Son’s Medical Tragedy

This is why I love social media – really. Tragedies befall all of us, big and small, and a big part of parenting is being there to help our little ones deal with the things they think are tragedies (like losing a Lego) so lat...
by William Scheckel
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family at a restaurant

The Other Dad at the Restaurant

Have you ever noticed that when you’re at a restaurant with little kids, they eventually interact with each other? They might want to just say hi, maybe even trade toys and possibly even find a way to get into trouble with ea...
by William Scheckel
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old school dads

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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att-throttling

Why AT&T Throttling Matters to Dads

AT&T keeps shooting itself in its foot trying to explain how unlimited data plans aren’t really unlimited anymore. Now as a marketer, I see a lot of ways they could have done this better, but I guess the good ideas someon...
by William Scheckel
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