I love this smartly edited video of a dad interrogating his almost 2-year old daughter to get her to confess that he is her favorite parent. Enjoy…
I don’t watch TV so I miss out on the viral joy of hilarious commercials. Don’t feel sad for me. I eventually see them – a year and a half later. This one goes out to all the motherfathers out there…
Spencer Bivins, my youngest, is not-so-young today, as he officially enters the awkward and pubescent world of teenager-dom.
Kenn Bivins II, not to be confused with his much older father (me), has been nominated for homecoming court at Campbell High School.
The sentimental differences between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are as stark as life and death.
There! I said it.
When I was in high school, there were two certainties that few could avoid – acne and tests. There was no way around it. I swore that when I grew up that my skin would be clear and I would never have to take a test again. Ahh, silly youth.
Congratulations and adulation for Spencer, my 12-year old, who received awards for “Exceptional Academics” and “Team Participation” from his middle school basketball team, the Spartans.
Don’t stop, get it get it, Spencer. Dad is so very proud of you.