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Fathers and Sons

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!

Members: 113
Latest Activity: Oct 12

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How to teach sportsmanship

Started by Nathan Kemp. Last reply by Nathan Kemp Oct 12. 8 Replies

Let me start off with a hello to the group. I've been a long time lurker and this will be my first post.Onward.I'm a father of two. A daughter of 8 and a son of 5. Five and a half if you were to ask him.Up to this point in our children's lives,…Continue

Tags: fatherhood, parenting, sports, sons

Introductions

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Jacob Fluharty Oct 3. 85 Replies

Stop here first and introduce yourself.  It's a good way to start.Continue

Happy Fathers' Day

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Michael J. K. Jul 30. 4 Replies

Just wanted to stop in and say Happy Fathers' Day to all the dads out there, those who are fathers by blood and those who are fathers by love. Make sure you are worthy to be honored today.Continue

Comparing Bodies / Looking Ahead

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Joe W Jul 26. 53 Replies

I had the opportunity this past weekend to take my family - me, wife, 4yo daughter, and 18mo son - to a family Bar-B-Q. My cousins were celebrating their daughter's first birthday. They have a huge in-ground pool and, since I've been trying to teach…Continue

Tags: bond, pool, shower, son, father

The Talk

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Joe W Jul 24. 7 Replies

While giving my 2yo son a bath yesterday, he realized (or at least this was the first time I noticed him doing it) that he could massage his penis with the wash rag to give himself an erection. He looked amazed. After letting it subside a bit, he…Continue

What do you do?

Started by Dan McMullan. Last reply by Joe W Jul 24. 19 Replies

I want to know how other fathers handle nudity around their sons? My son is young (3), so it's not a big deal so far. Obviously, I am modeling the potty and there is an occasional time he joins my shower. My wxperience growing up was extremely…Continue

Any News or Updates

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Ian Wilson Jun 21, 2013. 1 Reply

Anything new in your relationship with your father and/or son?Continue

Start at the beginning

Started by Joe W. Last reply by AdamR Apr 11, 2013. 40 Replies

So, let's start off where your first father and son relationship began.  What was your relationship like with your father or father-figure?Continue

The one thing you'd like to do with your son

Started by Joe W. Last reply by Brian Splash Mar 29, 2013. 24 Replies

So here's a question.  If money, travel, and all were of no concern, what's the one thing you would like to do with your son?  Do you think it's possible?  Have you done it?  Describe or tell, please...Continue

Resolutions or Goals for 2013

Started by Native Son. Last reply by Joe W Jan 1, 2013. 1 Reply

Since it's that time of year again,  does anyone have any resolutions for strengthening your relationship with your son(s)?  How about goals for things to accomplish with your son(s) over the coming year?Continue

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Comment by Jesse Harper on July 15, 2014 at 9:03am
That's a really useful list. Thanks for sharing.
Comment by Joe W on January 6, 2014 at 8:56pm

I remember the volcano project. Good times.

Comment by Native Son on January 4, 2014 at 11:38am

Middle School construction project with the boy.  Time to build the paper mache volcano!  

Comment by N. Vest on September 5, 2013 at 8:39am
So while camping this last weekend I was convincing Max, the three year old who is currently potty training, to pee on a tree.
"Pee on this tree Max, it has your name on it"
To which he replies, "Tree's don't have names."
The next time; "Why don't you pee on this tree, It has you name all over it"
"Trees don't have names on them, just leaves"
Then: "Max, why don't you pee over here on this tree?"
He walks up to a different tree and starts to pee, "No, this tree. It has my name!"
Comment by Joe W on September 2, 2013 at 2:45pm

Johnny, I totally agree! The world would be a much better place if real men were stepping up and helping to grow more real men.

Comment by Joe W on August 28, 2013 at 11:46am

Awesome testimony, Art! Join any conversation you want. As a former Mentor and a former Foster Father, I know that is no reason to limit the father/son relationship to blood.

Post anywhere you want in this group. I look forward to your comments and feedback!

Comment by Art on August 28, 2013 at 10:13am
We were not blessed with a son(s). But I thank God I've had the privilege to mentor and be a surrogate Dad - most rewarding. There is one such young man in our life. He's 18 now and I never take for granted opening his text message that begins, 'hey Dad' . . ....
Comment by Joe W on April 4, 2013 at 10:44am
Yeah, see, that's not the type of yelling I'm talking about. And I didn't think it was, judging by your first comment.

I'm glad to hear you guys had fun. Funny how hard work feels a lot easier with help, even little help. And the bonding that occurs is beyond value.
Comment by Native Son on April 4, 2013 at 9:10am

Sometimes you have to yell a tad.  Usually and last weekend the phrase was "Watch Out!" when we had to tip the thing over to get at some fasteners at the top of the thing and drop lumber off the top.  Fun was had, along with some sore arms.  (Whole lot of "wrench bending" went on.)

Comment by Joe W on April 4, 2013 at 8:23am
NS - sounds like a bonding time if ever I heard one. So long as it was done in good spirits. (I only include that last part because working on the horse ranch with my father usually involved all those things, and a good deal of yelling.)
 

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