Stewart M. Davenport
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Your favorite things about raising a boy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Strain yesterday. 7 Replies

So today my wife and I found out that we are having a boy. This is our first child, so we are still experiencing everything for the first time, and it's a wild ride. We're very excited. I thought…Continue

Relatively new here; thought I'd say hello

Started this discussion. Last reply by Salt Dragon Feb 20. 2 Replies

Hello men,I'm not new to Art of Manliness, but I am new to the community. I thought I'd take the time to introduce myself. I'm almost 30, married for just over a year, and we have our first child on…Continue

Altoids tin Manliness Kit for 12 Year Olds

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kit the Odd Feb 19. 11 Replies

So my wife is pregnant with our first child. We don't know the gender yet, but regardless of the gender, I want to prepare a kit that is to be kept within an Altoids tin, along the lines of what is…Continue

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Liam Strain replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"Even six years on we still have aim control issues. And occasionally random "go pee on a tree outside" moments. :/"
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John Muir replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
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Liam Strain replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"Pee everywhere. It's ridiculous. Otherwise, I don't know if its boy specific, but just the pure joy at childhood. Running in the woods, catching fish, lego. Lots of Lego. Science in general - everything is an exploration and…"
Monday
David F. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"Cub Scouts. is great.  I'm not an out going guy but I will for my son so I'm his Den Leader so he gets a great experience and the focus on what I think is cool.  Also it has a solid value set that is a great…"
Monday
Tarquin Anstruther replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"the early years up to 12 were wonderful and when they reached adulthood but I hate to tell you that adolescence was really difficult but we got through it and we had three in a row like steps of a stairs. We used to wish we had a daughter that it…"
Monday
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"Most - Getting to re-experience all the wonders of childhood.  Not boy specific, but having a mini-you adds just a bit to the fun.  Especially Legos. Least - Cleaning the bathroom.  Hated it when I shared a bathroom with brothers,…"
Monday
Sir replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Your favorite things about raising a boy
"Having fun together; seeing that we like the same things."
Monday
Stewart M. Davenport posted a discussion

Your favorite things about raising a boy

So today my wife and I found out that we are having a boy. This is our first child, so we are still experiencing everything for the first time, and it's a wild ride. We're very excited. I thought that since we're having a boy, I'd ask all you fathers of boys what your favorite parts of raising boys are. What do you enjoy most? On the other hand, what do you enjoy least?
Saturday
J. D. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion What do you do to prepare for General Conference? in the group LDS Men
"I have never heard anything official about it, but those around me have speculated that it's because of Pres. Monson's declining health.  Why they can't have one or two others speak in that time slot is a bit beyond me, but…"
Mar 13
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion What do you do to prepare for General Conference? in the group LDS Men
"Watch at home with the whole family for the 4 general sessions.  Food, especially rice crispy treats, will be involved.  Priesthood session at the church building. Lots of notes.  LOTS of notes. And the priesthood quorums usually…"
Mar 13
J. D. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion What do you do to prepare for General Conference? in the group LDS Men
"In my family, we don't yet have any established traditions, but there are a few guidelines.  Stay awake as best you can, keep quiet during the talks, no other screens like IPads or cell phones, and don't bother or interrupt others…"
Mar 12
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What do you do to prepare for General Conference?

Well brethren, general conference is just three weeks away, and it got me to wondering what you all might do to prepare for General Conference. Be it spiritual, just plain fun, or a mix of both, what kinds of activities/preparations do you do/make?On a similar note, what do you do during Conference to make it more uplifting or fun? What Conference traditions do you and your family hold?See More
Mar 12
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Way2Good's discussion Sexual confusion
"While I agree with most of what you said, I must remind you of the person named Rachel Dolezal. Nonsense yes, but people that self identify as something they are not do exist."
Mar 10
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Carl Byrd's discussion Is Software Development a manly skill? Or is it hipster?
"The manly thing would be doing whatever it is that pleases you--whether that be computer programming, knitting or crochet, or carving a large statue from a single log with just a folding pocket knife--without caring what others think of you and your…"
Mar 6
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Stewart M. Davenport replied to AdamR's discussion Sex and Pregnancy in the group Family Man
"My wife is also pregnant with our first at the moment, and I had to deal with many of the same things for a time. Hopefully it only lasts as long as the first trimester for you. My wife began to get her libido back as she got closer to the second…"
Mar 3

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Scouting, Outdoors, History, Politics, Leathercraft, Electronics, Coin Collecting, Star Trek
Books
Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter Series, Robert Langdon Series, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Anthem, The Book of Mormon, The Bible
Movies
Dead Poet's Society, Star Trek: First Contact, Inception, Follow Me Boys, Hamlet, Marvel MCU Series
Music
Matthew West, Imagine Dragons, The Beatles, Mumford & Sons, Five for Fighting, One Republic, The Eagles, Journey
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"No man is more unhappy than he who never faces adversity, for he is not permitted to prove himself." - Seneca

"The greatest thing a man can possibly do in this world is to make the most possible out of the stuff that has been given to him. This is success, and there is no other. I t is not a question of what someone else can do or become which every youth should ask himself, but what can I do? How can I develop myself into the grandest possible manhood?" - Orison Sweet Marden

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