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Hypothetical Fatherhood has migrated to The Life Mosaic.

Hypothetical Fatherhood has migrated to The Life Mosaic.

I’ve migrated my blog posts and twitter feed for my 2011 side project, Hypothetical Fatherhood, to here at┬áThe Life Mosaic. In the months leading up to becoming a father in 2011, I created┬áHypothetical Fatherhood to explore and share some of the creative-yet-inappropriate ideas running through my head as I prepared for this new role in … Continue reading

Hypothetical Fatherhood #10 | Twitter Feed

Hypothetical Fatherhood #10 | Twitter Feed

This Twitter feed originally appeared @hypotheticaldad between 2011-2014 as part of my HypotheticalFatherhood.com side project as I prepared for, and entered, fatherhood. Please click here to read more about the project, its migration to The Life Mosaic, and see the entire HF archive list. The following 100 tweets are satire. They’re joke lines I wrote … Continue reading

Hypothetical Fatherhood #7 | Enter Real Fatherhood

This post originally appeared at HypotheticalFatherhood.com, my 2011 side project as I prepared to become a father. Please click here to read more about the project, its migration to The Life Mosaic, and see the entire HF archive list. The content so far (and much of it to follow in the coming months) was dreamed … Continue reading

Hypothetical Fatherhood #4 | Cut the Cord

This post originally appeared at HypotheticalFatherhood.com, my 2011 side project as I prepared to become a father. Please click here to read more about the project, its migration to The Life Mosaic, and see the entire HF archive list. Cutting the umbilical cord is a special moment for a new dad. Some fathers have emotional … Continue reading

Hypothetical Fatherhood #2 | Baby’s First Word

This post originally appeared at HypotheticalFatherhood.com, my 2011 side project as I prepared to become a father. Please click here to read more about the project, its migration to The Life Mosaic, and see the entire HF archive list. Baby’s first word. A beautiful sound to any father’s ears, particularly if it’s “Da-Da.” But what … Continue reading