Daddy Daughter Dates

I am definitely grateful for my daughter. More so though, our “Daddy Daughter Dates” that we end up doing regularly. I put down the technology and disconnect losing myself in the moment and acting like a child – not that that is any different than most days. February 20 was Family Day in Alberta and for the first time EVER I was able to have the day to spend with my Monkey. We hit the Calgary Zoo hoping to check out the new penguin exhibit, but with a 2+ hour line, there was no way we would consider doing it. Plus, we had an important lunch date with mommy at her office.

It was truly a great day. It’s the reason we also do the Daddy Daughter Podcast – a chance for us to chat about crazy things. Of course, we only end up doing that when the mood strikes and she’s in the right mood.


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Marshall Stevenson is a Director at SPRY. He’s been designing websites since 1995 with a focus on usability. Since 1999 he’s focused heavily on ensuring sites are designed for people and are SEO friendly. Lately he's been spending time on one of the best Winnipeg Jets blogs as an editor and co-founder while also co-hosting the Drunk Hockey Show – a show where friends & guests sit around, drink beer and talk hockey.

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  1. [...] to play. I’m grateful that she could take off for some fun with her BFF because that means even more DDDs over the next [...]

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