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Monetizing Me

by Mike Bates "Domestic Engineer"

I have been extremely busy as of late. OK, your asking how can that be, after-all you’ve only got 1 kid and he’s in the third grade, right? Recently our Mom said this when I mentioned I was thinking of trying to  go back to work, this is your life love it or leave it, OK […]

Trying To Do Good

by Mike Bates "Domestic Engineer"

With all my involvement in youth activities I find myself embroiled in more drama than what happened in my Good, Bad and Ugly post earlier this past fall. Drama seems to want to find me, KRIKEE! This time it’s in my Cub Scout Bear Den and I am not at liberty to discuss the detail […]

Just Do It

by Mike Bates "Domestic Engineer"

The All Pro Dad Breakfast, http://www.allprodad.com/, is a monthly breakfast meeting of profound impact. Dads and kids will meet, share breakfast, watch a video and have a discussion within the school atmosphere where a Dad is all to often not present because of work obligations. I initiated this process and was in the Principal’s Office more than when I was in school! I will be giving a reakout sessions at the upcoming AtHomeDad Convention on my All Pro Dad experiences.

Prairie Land, Canvas, Deet

If you have grade school aged boys and they are not involved in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), please consider enrolling them into your local troop or pack, all age dependent placing/title. This is not like scouting when we were a kids…

Blogging the Word, Bringing It On and Being Awesome

So first of all, you are an AtHomeDad, most awesome! You got something to say, so you Blog it, right?  Sweet! There is nothing quite like the feeling of Blogging and developing a readerbase and spreading your word, right?  Plain and simple, or you wouldn’t be Blogging! There is nothing quite like the empowering feeling […]

So You Want To Be a New Cub Scout Leader?

Scouting just isn’t for the kids, it takes an active parent in scouting and you need parents help at the meetings to share the wealth. So if you are a parent, please consider being an active part of scouting, this way you get input on planned activities and input on the Packs workings. So, either grin and take what comes with the program or be there and be involved with the Pack. Did I fail to mention that you also get to wear a cool uniform?

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