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The Life Of A Stay-At-Home Dad, According To A Stay-At-Home Daughter

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Published on: 2016.07.10

Not long after I woke this morning, my five-year-old daughter pulled out a notepad and a pen and began interviewing me — without warning. “What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?” she said. “Um, go to the bathroom?” I responded honestly, knowing that she can’t actually write. I[…]

2014.11.26-30: Images

WCF and BWF, by RLF, Nov. 29 (Copyright © 2014 by Rebecca L. Fry. Some rights reserved.)   In this entry: ➤ 11 images from the past five days ➤ 17 images from “same day, different year”

2014.11.30.SU

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Published on: 2014.11.30

Unseasonably warm, even for here: 79°F (low of 65°F). But despite the past few days of warmth, this was still the coolest November of the five Novembers we’ve seen in this house (October 2014 was the warmest of the five Octobers). Today, RLF got her notepad and pencil and worked at the dining room table[…]

2014.04.21: Images

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Published on: 2014.04.21

Sunset, 8:15 p.m., just after a non-rain thunderstorm passed through (Copyright © 2014 by Wil C. Fry. Some rights reserved.) In this entry: ➤ 4 images from today ➤ 1 video from today ➤ 7 images from “same day, different year”

2014.04.21: Face Drawing

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Published on: 2014.04.21

I guess the biggest news of the day was RLF’s drawing-on-face experiment. I was gone for less than two minutes — recovering the trash polycart and recycling bin from the curb, and came back to find her face covered in expertly drawn black markings. (See the Images entry for photo and video of this.) She[…]

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