DadVentures

dad and brett at x games

Being a father is a big deal. It means not only am I someone’s authority figure, but I am also automatically a role model. This is a scary amount of responsibility. Sometimes a DadVenture also means just escaping family responsibility and reliving those glory days.

This page is dedicated to the solo adventures of being a Dad and those that involve just being in a fatherly role regardless of gender or orientation. It is an important part of maintaining a relationship to have time to be an individual and explore that autonomous nature. The stories contained in this respect involve my role as a father, and my role as an individual.

josh and son working on hotrod

Teaching kids how to fix things and build from scratch is a major part of being a dad. The concept of “consumerism” is only limited by our imagination. I like to encourage my kids to use their imagination to develop their styles. Being “different” is a good thing.

best teaching moment ever

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. A major lesson in DadVentures is rolling with the punches. Own your failures and use them for educating others on what to avoid.

guns and ammo

Just because it is controversial doesn’t mean it isn’t fun. Don’t let others tell you how to have fun. Make up your own mind, and learn how to do everything safely. Don’t let “fear” dictate your life.


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  • Learning to Ride Bikes
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  • Drone Life
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  • Streaming On The Go: TV For Van Life
    I have scoured the web looking for the best way to get live tv in our Sprinter Van. Unfortunately there are very few blogs out there that really answered my…
  • My Burning Heart: The Tale of Acid Reflux
    A long long time ago in a journey through life that was frequently interrupted by a burning in my chest. No, I am not talking about a metaphorical burning like…
  • Gaming and The Console Wars
    My life and career has revolved around sports. Specifically, aging out of certain activities and watching the younger generation take over. Any sort of game will always have a symbolic…
  • Stacyc Electric Bike
    With the holidays around the corner I wanted to put this one out there. A few years ago we were at the international motorcycle show in Long Beach Ca. I…
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    Well… we made it home. I was able to salvage a trip to Arizona by rushing home in time to set up the christmas tree and prep mine and Jen’s…

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