Thursday, February 14th, 2013
As a single father, I’m starting to realize how difficult it is to date with children. One thing that makes this even more challenging, is that I prefer to date women without children. Call me double-standard, but I know what I want.
I haven’t done a whole lot of dating since the divorce and have only brought 2 women around my boys in an attempt to get serious and take it to the next level. Both of them broke it off with me because of my youngest sons all-of-a-suden manipulative behavior. He would do things like ask my girlfriend to help him hang up pictures in his room, but when she would look to see what the pictures were, they were of me, the boys and my ex-wife all happy together. Another time he randomly walked up to her and handed her a VHS tape and said “Look! It’s my mom and dads wedding video”. His signature move was to go to his room and cry as loud as he could while I had her over.
How do you react when it’s so obvious that he doesn’t want you around? I don’t blame either one of them for bailing on me. Both of them have never dated a man with children before, so I’m sure this left a bad taste in their mouth about dating men with “baggage”. My oldest son seems to be okay with whatever I do. When asked how he feels about me dating, he said “I just want you to be happy dad”.
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
I read a lot of blogs and often see an embedded tweet and think… how did they do that? Well, I figured it out and I’m going to share this simple process with you. It’s literally just a matter copying a little HTML and pasting it in your blog or web page. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, the embedded tweet looks like this:
jQuery Mobile 1.3.0 RC1 Released jquerymobile.com/blog/2013/02/0…
— Elizeo Benavidez (@haddnin) February 4, 2013
This is great because the embedded tweet comes fully equip with Reply, Retweet and Favorite options. It also gives you the option to follow the person that owns the embedded tweet. Any images posted in the tweet will display as well. It’s basically the fully featured tweet that you would see on Twitter or other Twitter applications like TweetDeck.