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Infographic: Parenting in the Digital Age

The Infographic: Parenting in the Digital Age is an interesting concept. Please comment.

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How much would you risk for your boy?

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As a father for a little less than 2 years there is one thing I can tell you with certainty: There is NOTHING I wouldn’t do for my boy.ย  I love this kid with a love so strong I don’t think we know until we bring a child into this world.

Indeed the blessing is so great it enabled me to make major life changes and grow as a human being. And with that in mind I propose this: Every sacrifice you make for your child/children is actually a gain.

I left just about everything I know behind and moved to a new state.
Quit my career,
left friends and family,
lost income and retirement funding, and the list goes on.

However, in that loss I gained not only a beautiful boy, but freed my wife from working, granting a wish she always had to be an at home mom, and I gained a larger domicile, a better quality of life, peace of mind, and a pool to boot!

Blessing are everywhere, never forget that.

Now stop reading my blog and go hug your kid(s)!!!

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Children are NOT Tax Credits

Children are blessings- the tax credit is like coffee after the icing on the cake. 

However, instead of looking for a once a year tax return look for sustainable, passive, residual income AKA generational wealth

Or be working class poor and teach your kids to be the same.

Why I blog… For my son… No it’s for me

So I started this blog with a thought.

That dad’s are at war to feed and learn their sons. Period.

Then I thought of the movie Troy.

And I realized my life was under seige, not by my son but by my choices.

And this isn’t a soapbox I’m preaching from or a tale of woe. I’m happy as hell

It was amusing to me that these ideas came together one after the other in 3 minutes.

Literally.

Dad’s of  War came to fruition a few days later.

Lastly, I encourage all Fathers to be DADS.

There is a big difference and your son will dig it and so will you.