“Really! The Dog Ate My Homework”

So, the words on this blog have always come from a father’s point of view about the experiences of the Dads’ Bucket List.  Below is a writing assignment submitted by a 2nd grader that’s part of our crew.

Sounds like we’re hitting the right chords with our kids (I particularly like his teacher’s comment in the upper right corner).

Time to start rolling out the Dads’ Bucket List to the masses.  Stay tuned for more details about our plans in the coming weeks…

Avery Watts writing assignment on DBL

 

Remember to check us out on Facebook and “Like” us while you’re there (https://www.facebook.com/DadsBucketList)

Go. See. Be. Do.

 

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About Matt Boettcher - Dads' Bucket List

Husband and dad to two boys who's always trying to enjoy the humor and meaning in the journey of fatherhood. Check out how things are going at: http://dadsbucketlist.com In addition to these responsibilities I'm also an avid (some would say obsessive) sports fan, very amateur gardener, aging but still active runner, and an always willing to experience a new country traveler.
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3 Responses to “Really! The Dog Ate My Homework”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Avery, I am from Denver and I loved reading about your experiences with Dad’s Bucket List. You’re a good writer and I am so happy you’ve chosen to share these goods time with all of us. Blake and Bo’s grandma.

  2. ksbeth says:

    this is wonderful and it says a lot about your relationship!

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