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Lessons Learned From Day 2 of Being a Temporary Stay-at-Home Dad

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My son and I have now managed to survive more than 48 hours without my wife and daughter. That's easily a record, and I think you could have gotten pretty good odds against it if you found the right casino or gambling site. Keeping with the theme of yesterday's post, let's break down how Day 2 went.

What I Learned

When Getting His Clothes in the Morning, Little Dude Doesn't Let Little Things Like Other Clothes Stand in His Way - I finally figured this out while trying to solve the following math problem: 2 People + 2 Days = 3 Full Loads of Laundry.

Little Dude's Homework is Intense - It's not necessarily hard in the normal sense of the word. He's only four years old after all, and I have a relatively solid understanding of the alphabet and animal noises. I can also successfully count to 20 on most days. It's intense in the sense that there are a lot of moving parts. When his older sister does homework, my contribution is normally looking at it after she's done and correcting a couple grammar mistakes. Just the prep work for Little Dude's homework gives me a headache. There's always cutting and gluing involved. This means that I get to spend 15 minutes playing the fun game of Find the Scissors and Glue Stick. One of his assignments was to guess how many cans of food he could stack without it falling over. His guess was a ridiculous 22, so I then had to find that many cans of food...I can barely find the fridge.

Where I Succeeded

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