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Doing Homework At Starbucks

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Caden doing homework at Starbucks

Caden doing homework at Starbucks

I don’t get to help him with homework very often. When I do get the chance it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Today we decided to do his homework at Starbucks. Since it takes at least an hour, and since half of that is silent reading, I decided to grab a book. As I was looking through the bookshelf for something to read he handed me his Bible. What a kid!

He really warms my heart, and I cannot imagine a life without him in it.

His Bible

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God’s Word for Boys, handed to me as I was looking for something to read.

And yes, that is Blue Like Jazz in the background.   I’m re-reading it for the 3rd time… ’cause it’s that good!  If you’ve never done so, I highly suggest reading it!

14 thoughts on “Doing Homework At Starbucks

  1. awesome dude!

    how often do you get to see him?

  2. awesome dude!

    how often do you get to see him?

  3. John, I see him all the time.

    I visit during the week, and take him to my place every other weekend. But homework is something that is more often done on mommy’s watch.

  4. John, I see him all the time.

    I visit during the week, and take him to my place every other weekend. But homework is something that is more often done on mommy’s watch.

  5. Caden is a very smart, little guy with his reading preference!!

  6. Caden is a very smart, little guy with his reading preference!!

  7. I knew you’d like that, Jean. Caden is very much in tune.

  8. I knew you’d like that, Jean. Caden is very much in tune.

  9. i hear ya

    how old is he?

    im divorced as well and the reason i ask is because alot of fathers are shut out of their kids lives because family law makes it very easy to allow that. me personally….i dont agree with this whole visitation thing because one parent is getting to what amounts to %15 of the total time and the other is getting %85. i mean its cool if a dad wants to do that..but there are alot of dads who want more significant time in their childrens lives other than weekends. but the law says the burden is on them to show why that should be warranted. it is very difficult to get equal time. alot of dads just feel like visiting paychecks and nothing more.

    well everything sounds cool with you and your ex and thats good. i always check on that stuff though.

  10. i hear ya

    how old is he?

    im divorced as well and the reason i ask is because alot of fathers are shut out of their kids lives because family law makes it very easy to allow that. me personally….i dont agree with this whole visitation thing because one parent is getting to what amounts to %15 of the total time and the other is getting %85. i mean its cool if a dad wants to do that..but there are alot of dads who want more significant time in their childrens lives other than weekends. but the law says the burden is on them to show why that should be warranted. it is very difficult to get equal time. alot of dads just feel like visiting paychecks and nothing more.

    well everything sounds cool with you and your ex and thats good. i always check on that stuff though.

  11. he’s a handsome boy.

  12. he’s a handsome boy.

  13. I second Carrie’s comment. Also, I’ve “read” you talk about Blue Like Jazz so much that I may just finally just put it on my reading list!

  14. I second Carrie’s comment. Also, I’ve “read” you talk about Blue Like Jazz so much that I may just finally just put it on my reading list!

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