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godmoves:

blakebaggott:

I’m gonna open a Christian bakery called graceabons, because where cinnabons, graceabons even more.

Blake this is genius. Haha

I'm sorry, I just have to get this off my chest.

shinesilently:

To everyone complaining about the Netherlands-Mexico game:

1) ROBBEN DID NOT ADMIT TO DIVING WHEN THE PENALTY WAS GIVEN. This is literally what he said: "I must apologise. The one [at the end] was a penalty, but the other one was a dive in the first half. I shouldn’t be doing that." As opposed…

purpleishboots:

theatlantic:

The Manly Job of the Stay-at-Home Dad

It might not look it to the casual outside observer, but stay-at-home dads are a tough breed. Behind all of the dangling diaper-bags, strollers, children’s songs, and dried-up drool is a very capable man. A man who can transfer two snoozing children, one on each arm, from the mini-van through the heat of the day — unlocking the door to the house and slipping them into their respective beds without waking them up. A man who, on little to no sleep, must plan for any and every situation, magnificent or mundane. A man who must learn not to panic through bouts of uncontrollable backseat tears and screams while driving in bumper-to-bumper rush hour traffic. A man who truly knows the value of taking a long, deep breath.
Stay-at-home mothers feel these same stresses. But the ways men deal with them are another matter entirely. As proud and contented as I feel with my children, and as comfortable as I am with the choices my wife and I have made, there are definitely times when I find myself desperately needing to do something specific to assert my manhood. I daydream about spending weekends with a few buddies in the mountains, throwing a hatchet into a tree, or finding the time to grab a paddle and spend hours of solitude on a river in a canoe.
Read more. [Image: Melissa Jordan]


I support this 150%. Challenge those gender roles.

purpleishboots:

theatlantic:

The Manly Job of the Stay-at-Home Dad

It might not look it to the casual outside observer, but stay-at-home dads are a tough breed. Behind all of the dangling diaper-bags, strollers, children’s songs, and dried-up drool is a very capable man. A man who can transfer two snoozing children, one on each arm, from the mini-van through the heat of the day — unlocking the door to the house and slipping them into their respective beds without waking them up. A man who, on little to no sleep, must plan for any and every situation, magnificent or mundane. A man who must learn not to panic through bouts of uncontrollable backseat tears and screams while driving in bumper-to-bumper rush hour traffic. A man who truly knows the value of taking a long, deep breath.

Stay-at-home mothers feel these same stresses. But the ways men deal with them are another matter entirely. As proud and contented as I feel with my children, and as comfortable as I am with the choices my wife and I have made, there are definitely times when I find myself desperately needing to do something specific to assert my manhood. I daydream about spending weekends with a few buddies in the mountains, throwing a hatchet into a tree, or finding the time to grab a paddle and spend hours of solitude on a river in a canoe.

Read more. [Image: Melissa Jordan]

I support this 150%. Challenge those gender roles.

(via themessesofmen)