Responding to Single Dad Laughing

There is a blog on the web that I enjoy reading called "Single Dad Laughing". It offers a humorous, yet often times serious point of view on certain topics. While becoming a frequent reader of this blog, I was finding myself wanting to comment on the various topics. Sometimes I agree with the perspective reflected, but often times, I disagree, which in turn makes me want to offer my own point of view. The problem with simply offering my comments on his blog were that they were so long they were turning into blog postings themselves. My solution? Simply add them here. Hence, my new page called, "Married Mom's Rebuttal". Enjoy!




Married Mom's Rebuttal
Single Dad Laughing's Post
Worthless Women and the Men Who Make Them
My Response
In Response to "Worthless Women and the Men Who Make Them" by Single Dad Laughing ~ Mom Blog ~
Single Dad Laughing's Post
Are we all talk, or are we going to fix this? Less Talk, More Walk
My Response
In Response to Single Dad Laughing's Post on Bullying ~Mom Blog~
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