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A Perfect Place to Lose Something

…so it’s been a rather unpleasant week with sick (and grouchy) children coupled with an ant problem that required rearranging the house to help address that issue.  With all the disarray, I’ve been misplacing things like my phone, wallet, and computer, which really drives me nuts because I try to be diligent about putting things […]

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Legos as a Training Tool

I am convinced that the best way for young firewalkers to learn their trade is to walk across a floor filled with random Lego® pieces. And by the intense pain I am feeling, I think it would be for advanced students only.

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In Spite of Myself

I’m having a bad evening and sometimes I feel I’ve been blessed with beautiful kids in spite of myself.

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Schrodinger’s Kids

For you parents who are also quantum physics buffs, may I present a thought experiment, something I call “Schrödinger’s Kids”…

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Perhaps It’s Time To Get Out

As I stood there in my boxers, ironing my wife’s pants for work while belting out some Adele, I thought that perhaps I’ve been a house husband a bit too long.

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Sweetness Over Time

My son comes into the garage covered in sugar and it’s a week later when I find the sugar bowl and reflect back

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The New Rec Room

The term ‘rec room’ can be horribly mis-interpreted

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Cleaning House

And on the sixth day came the great (house) cleansing …

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Keeping the Christmas Spirit Alive

A lot of people say they wish the Christmas spirit could last the whole year through, but here at Team Sequeira, we’re actually doing something about it. We still haven’t taken down our Christmas Tree.

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Who Wants Toys?

I’ve been teaching my kids a new game called, “Who wants toys?” The rules are simple and exciting. We walk into a room together and if they see a toy they really want, all they have to do it pick it up and put in in a toy box or a shelf. If they never […]

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