The Daily Dad Blog See all recent columns Queen Elizabeth’s 90th, C.S. Lewis, and other news from The Kingdom April 21, 2016 So, we, the five of us, have been out of Africa for a bit, and taking the long way home ... Read More → Okay, so my son has the dark side in him April 13, 2016 Okay, (still catching up here from last time), speaking of watching movies in Uganda, which we were recently with this ... Read More → Just call me The Daily Granddad April 9, 2016 We’re taking the long way home. Through the UK. More to follow. Before this, through Athens. More to follow from ... Read More → We have a limited democracy around here April 3, 2016 It’s dinner. The vote goes in the kids’ favour for what DVD we will watch this evening. (Dad's latest find, ... Read More → They’re everywhere March 26, 2016 It’s not yet breakfast and I catch Child #1. I bend over to her ear. “I have a secret,” I ... Read More → So grab death and scream “Mine!” And what does it turn into? March 20, 2016 It’s bedtime. Liz needs to get to the kitchen to make her snack for the next day. “Dad!” she says. ... Read More → I’m under 11. I can play. No, really. March 16, 2016 When it’s all over (this two-lives-for-the-price-of-one business, this travel and observing and returning home, then leaving again and looking more ... Read More → Friends and family March 11, 2016 It was this morning and we had just left the kids at school. And we (my cousin and her husband, ... Read More → Bantleman’s nightmare, the Brownshirts, and Jesus for president February 25, 2016 I woke up this morning and, as I often do, told my wife what I dreamed. Just a dream. Then ... Read More → Froese, the prodigal February 15, 2016 The thing about working with words is that they can get tired and worn and they can lose their meaning. ... Read More → Winning and losing and other sacred moments February 11, 2016 It’s morning, just past sunrise, and the youngest, Child #3, gives me a big hug at the door. “Wish me ... Read More → Don’t read. Don’t feel. Don’t think. (And DON’T tell the kids.) February 3, 2016 You never know what might happen when you pick up a book, even a book that has sat on your ... Read More → Want an educational trip? Go to Washington! January 25, 2016 It’s Monday morning coffee at the kids’ school, a privileged school if for no other reason than it sits in ... Read More → The hands of the old and the young January 16, 2016 The last note in this space was that life is a gift and life is a mystery, both clichés and ... Read More → One life to live January 11, 2016 There are New Year resolutions and most are a waste of breath because if you or me or anyone is ... Read More → « Previous 1 2 3 4 … 24 Next » Stay in Touch with Thomas Froese Email* First Name Last Name NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.