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[This is an interview I did with Dad of Divas about fatherhood. An earlier version of this interview was originally posted on his Dads in the Limelight series. I was the 351st dad that he has interviewed.]
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Many families I know live by the motto, “Family First.” Olive and I try to live by this principle as well. We believe that relationships are the most important thing in life, and of those, our relationship with God and family are the most valued. But what does that look like practically?
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Today we are launching our new book, Then Came The Baby: The Wonder, Mayhem, and Hilarity of Our First Year As Parents. To celebrate, we are giving away three bonus gifts worth $23 to everyone who buys a copy this week and emails me the receipt. I’ll share the details in a moment.
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I always thought the life of a stay-at-home parent was easy and fun. You get to play with a baby all day, and when the baby naps, you have all this time to yourself. Now I am a part-time stay-at-home dad, and the reality of the situation is very, very different from what I expected.
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What I Learned” is a guest post series of readers telling their personal stories about lessons they have learned about relationships in hopes of helping us all grow and cherish the relationships that matter the most to us. If you would like to submit a story for this series, click here. This guest post is by Paul Sohn.

fa·ther [fah-ther]

1. [noun]  a role model who gives the gifts of guidance and wisdom while learning how to stretch his ability to love beyond what he knew was possible.

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My parents-in-law are in town from Toronto, visiting us for 10 days. It’s great to have them with us because we only see them once or twice a year (not counting Skype video calls). Do you know the best thing about them being here?

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