"papa," the children call me: musings, vignettes, occasional poems

these are the wonders of being a stay-at-home papa.

About Me

DSCN1857 - Copy - Copy (2)husband. father of three. son. brother. master stroller. habitual picture taker. snacker. occasional writer. passable crooner. ping pong player.

[all pictures and texts in this blog “papa,” the children call me are owned by “papa,” the children call me and its blogger and may be used only by permission. to use any of the images and texts, please email at papathechildrencallme@gmail.com all pictures and texts copyright 2013]


4 comments on “About Me

  1. unlockabeautifulmind
    March 18, 2013

    You have a great blog- very nice format-easy to read. (we have a papa in our home too!)

    • papathechildrencallme
      March 19, 2013


  2. xtrememom
    March 26, 2013

    I’m loving your blog. I’ve nominated YOU for a Leibster Award!! Check it out.


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