My experiences as a Zombie Hockey Dad gain a wider audience
I am now a contributor to The Good Men Project site.
You can see the article here:
A different version of this article appeared previously on my
Pop Culture blog here:
Again props to
Village Living Magazine which also publishes some of my Pop Culture columns.
My boys are outside animals
“Do you know how there are inside pets and outside pets? Some animals are content to spend their days snoozing on the carpet where others need acres of open space in which to run until their tongues hang out a foot or so. I can say that my boys are outside animals.”
I feel similarly to this keeper when holding a bag of food in front of my children – nervous.
“No one really expects you to hunt your own food anymore but the least you can do is make some PB&Js for the road without being asked.”
New Pop Culture article – Reinvented Dad – appears in this month’s Village Living Magazine
He loves them, feeds them (though through wild devices such as an elaborate bacon and egg machine) and provides them with a fantastic example of someone who follows his own path
Author of Village Living column and related blog, Pop Culture, Christopher Sweeney
“… the success of stay
At Home Dadding requires a forthright and regular announcement of how you plan on running your show.”
You can check out my most recent Pop Culture blog post here:
The Real Super Power
The premiere issue of the magazine. Look for my column in the June/July issue.
I am pleased to announce that my column “Pop Culture” will appear in the June/July issue of
Village Living Magazine. The column is a humourous take on the trials and tribulations of being a stay at home dad/primary caregiver/cutting edge father. The issue should be out mid June. The first one is tentatively titled “Male Models”. I hope this to be the first of many columns.
My 3 Graphic Novels for the award-winning BoldPrint series are now available for for review and ordering online. Check ’em out.
is Grade 4 level and That’s Funny… and Into the Deep are both Grade 5 but really kids of any age can and do enjoy them. Trapped!