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Baby bosses: A performance review of fatherly proportions.
Charlie Capen feels discriminated against by recent findings that say there is a direct relationship between testicular grandeur and fatherhood.
As a man and the son of a wandering father, Charlie Capen relates to the story of a guy who finds out after his father’s death that he has a sibling he never knew about.
Every time his son gets hurt, Charlie Capen feels it in his balls. Is he the
Charlie Capen and his wife learn that you can’t fight your age, but can embrace your youth.
Charlie Capen attempts to decipher his toddler’s language, and finds that such attempts hold little promise for success—or clarity.
Charlie Capen’s urge to prepare for a disaster comes from the responsibility he feels as a father and a husband.
Loved-ones and strangers wanting to pet your baby comes with the territory, but please curb the undesired parenting advice, Charlie Capen writes.
Charlie Capen’s father wore a 70’s ‘uglystache’ quite proudly, and Charlie now finds a reason to do the same.