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Parent and Child
Whenever I take my boys to the pediatrician for their checkups, he gives printed handouts with parenting tips. I saved two of my favorite papers and taped them inside my medicine cabinet. Every morning and night as I reach for my toothbrush, I look at the these lists and try to pick an item to focus on for the day. In this post, I’ve chosen my 10 favorite tips from the paper titled “What I Need from my Mommy and Daddy.” Hopefully, these will help you as much as they have helped me through the years.
Stuff Every Husband Should Know
You successfully navigated years of dating, the anxiety of a proposal, and the stress of a wedding. Time for the smooth sailing to begin? Not so fast. The next step is learning that there are unwritten rules that she knows but won’t directly fill you in on.  It’s like the secret code that you tried to decipher on the back of the cereal box as a kid—minus the fact that its far more complicated and doesn’t come with an upside-down answer key.   Eric San Juan has written the rulebook to the game that husbands have been playing for thousands of years. This pocket-sized book will take the place of your “little black book” that she told you to throw out (yet we all know its secretly hidden in your sock drawer). It’s your new bible. Filled from cover to cover with the skills you need to be a husband, father, and sane human being, Stuff Every Husband Should Know is practical, quirky, and a marriage necessity.