My kids are my biggest fans, and they’re not just me, they’re my kids.
They have been through the most crazy things in their lives, and have been forced to endure a lot of pain and hardship to get to where they are today.
And when they’re older, they’ll ask me how my life was.
I tell them I don’t think of myself as an average dad.
I know that sounds like a lie, but I think that’s how my kids see me, too.
When they’re young, I feel like I’m a normal dad.
And I feel bad about it.
That’s why when I tell people that my kids have been raised by single dads, I always get a lot more reactions than I would like.
My children want me to say that I’m not typical.
They want me not to think of me as average, but to think about the things that make me exceptional, and how I can give them a better life.
They love me, and that’s what they want to hear.
I’m going to try to keep my kids happy.
That means not just getting them excited about adventures, but also teaching them that I do not have a monopoly on goodness, and you have to work together to make that happen.
If you’ve ever wondered how the world got to where it is today, I suggest you go to your local book store and pick up a copy of “A Family of Adventure.”
That’s a story about two dads, a little boy and a girl, that gets to the heart of what it means to be a parent.