My nam is Brent. I've read this site for about for years and have both the books, but now I'm thinking of taking an active roll in the forum community, of which I've never really looked at. I asked for help over in the dressing and grooming forum a couple of days ago and these forums, and it's members, have proven to be the upstanding group of helpful gentlemen I had expected and hoped for. I believe I will take an active roll in the community from here on out.
I'm a huge TR fan,but who isn't here really? If that won't get the ball rolling then I also I have 4 kids, I am a stay at home dad, I'm married, a military spouse originally from Oklahoma, I'm working on a major in software engineering,I like woodworking and I've got 3 ducks & 4 chickens.
Yeah they got me big time. All daddy's little girls no doubt. It's nice to have some time for a little manliness though With 3 boys in particular...there's a ton of great stuff throughout as I'm sure you're aware. I constantly find things that remind me of growing up, being around my dad etc.
There are groups on this site for fatherhood, but this one is specific for that special relationship that exists between fathers and sons. Feel free to discuss matters relating to your relationship with your boy, your pop, or a guy who filled either role for you.Enjoy and God bless!See More
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