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June 15, 2014 at 12:22 PM #21130June 15, 2014 at 1:12 PM #775184
Lots of hugs and smiles, Nice homemade cards and breakfast here. I get to drag them all out to the track to run this evening and they have to like it. I don’t get away with the liking it part always. 10 yo kid is going to do a 5k with me next weekend…he wrote about how much he likes me sharing this experience with him and teaching him to run.
One minecraft electronic happy birthday card with a huge garden in it , I have almost an acre vegetables, melons, berries, grapes, tomatoes, etc and the kids do that with me sometimes…did extra good work yesterday in honor of FD I am sure…not making them work today.June 15, 2014 at 3:40 PM #775187
Like some veterans I don’t want kids generic thanks. From my kids I want raw admiration but only if genuine spontaneous and non generic must be specific to my awesome deeds.June 15, 2014 at 3:41 PM #775188
Heading out for roller skating rink.June 15, 2014 at 5:44 PM #775192CA renterParticipant
Happy Father’s Day to all the Pigg dads out there!
Enjoyed your stories, scaredy and Russ. 🙂June 15, 2014 at 8:36 PM #775201
[quote=CA renter]Happy Father’s Day to all the Pigg dads out there!
Enjoyed your stories, scaredy and Russ. :)[/quote]
We jogged 40 minutes without stopping. I can tell him he has run about 10 minutes longer non-stop then the 5k will take. That should help. Not going to push pace at all but he can jog 9-10 minute miles easily. This is one of the more social of my boys, so he will get a kick out of the crowd and have a good time.June 16, 2014 at 1:49 AM #775203CA renterParticipant
That’s very impressive for such a young boy (or an adult)! What a great and healthy way to bond with your son. Good for you. 🙂June 16, 2014 at 7:50 AM #775217
[quote=CA renter]That’s very impressive for such a young boy (or an adult)! What a great and healthy way to bond with your son. Good for you. :)[/quote]
I m very lucky! He can do this just from his normal play and does not feel a thing the morning after. I wouldn’t have him run to the extent that he needed recovery the next day or something like that. Keeping it light. He doesn’t have to stick with it either , I’d rather he keep doing lots of other things. Great kid though.June 17, 2014 at 3:14 AM #775252AnonymousGuest
How does it feel? Are you happy that the kid remember you and showed he loves you as his father? Last Sunday is Father’s day. Our family celebrated it in the park as we have a picnic.June 17, 2014 at 6:30 AM #775256
i do not wish to be thanked. I don’t want gratitude.
I only want to be admired for my sheer awesomeness..but it must be genuine. i t can be spotaneous, any time of year.June 17, 2014 at 7:48 AM #775266
[quote=scaredyclassic]i do not wish to be thanked. I don’t want gratitude.
I only want to be admired for my sheer awesomeness..but it must be genuine. i t can be spotaneous, any time of year.[/quote]
All holidays are hilarious. Father’s day is no exception. I am not sure I get complaining too much about such funny stuff.
Even though it was FD, the admiration around here was real! At least I think they are not ready to run away from home.
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