- posted: January 29 @ 9:29pm
father/son year 15
This clamebute is partly an homage to 9schwander
--who's series this Whiskerino has been one of my very favorites--and partly a warning.
I remember being unemployed for a stretch when my oldest son was the age of @9schwander
's, and I too was in my early 20's (actually, I was 20). I spent every day just hanging out with Waylon, much like the life @9schwander
has portrayed in his pics. It was an amazing transition period in my life, I learned to be a father, he, well, learned to walk, and other stuff like that. My warning is, what so many told me at the time, and I didn't believe it: IT ALL GOES SOOOO FAST. Its completely ridiculous actually. You blink and 5, 7, 10 years go by. It sounds totally cliche to even type it, but its true: cherish these times, and EVERY time you to spend with your kids on their level! Every age has its benefits, but as each period begins, another one ends.
As you can see, reading Dr. Seuss on your lap... not an activity that works at age 15.