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Bob The Ladybug: Bob’s New Pants

My book, Bob The Ladybug: Bob’s New Pants is now available on Amazon and at http://www.bobtheladybug.com.Image

 

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Bob The Ladybug

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I have written a series of new children’s books with a main character named Bob The Ladybug. The first book is finished and has been beautifully illustrated by Jacquie Gonzalez. These books teach children about diversity, treating others with respect, and to stop bullying. The books are very colorful and fun to read.

I was fortunate enough to have my project accepted by Kickstarter to raise the funds to get the first book published. The book is called, Bob The Ladybug, Bob’s New Pants. If you are not aware of Kickstarter, your friends support your project at different levels and are rewarded unique gifts once the project is fully funded. Additionally, you get PR and marketing to get the word out about your project. Please take a look at my project and consider being a supporter. I really hope this endeavor is successful. Please share the link below with anyone you can think of that may want to be a part of the first edition of Bob The Ladybug.

Thanks so much for your friendship and support.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/113994614/bob-the-ladybug-bobs-new-pants?ref=email

Thank you,
Tommy

Kindergarten is SO last year!

The daily routine of packing PB&J sandwiches into my daughter’s Wizard of Oz lunchbox has come to an end until after summer. She just graduated kindergarten! Her daddies are so proud of her accomplishments. We sat in the audience sobbing as she accepted her diploma and exclaimed that math was her favorite subject this year. There must be some radical gay agenda behind her liking math. I mean, “normal” children like PE or art. Where did we go wrong?

Proud Daddies!

Just before graduation, we took a trip to Washington DC for family lobby day with Family Equality Council. We were featured on CNN. Our daughter was instrumental in gaining the attention of staffers while walking the halls of Congress. She drew a picture of her family that she shared at each meeting. It was one of the most beautiful stick figure drawings I have ever seen. She neatly labeled “Dad” over the stick figure with the gray hair, “Daddy” over the stick figure with the blonde swoop hair, and “Carrigan” over the adorable stick girl with the pig-tail braids. It was amazing to see her point out each member of her family to staff members in DC. It is such a radical gay agenda to show a happy, healthy family through the eyes of a child. We were so proud of her for just being a kid and for not having an embarrassing meltdown. We pretended the halls were underground tunnels in Hogwart’s. She love Harry Potter, so we were all set!
As we prepare for a full summer of travel and educational school camps, we ponder how much we have done to destroy the sanctity of marriage over the past year….and for some reason my mind is drawing a blank. We have participated in a few weddings but can not think of a single divorce we caused. I’m sure there is a couple out there somewhere that we ripped apart with our carpool queue, dance recitals, poolside picnics, and bicycle training. I will keep you posted as the destruction is unveiled.

Below is a link to the CNN feature story of our Washington, DC lobby day efforts with Family Equality Council.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/17/politics/lgbt-families-congress/index.html

Coiffed Barbie

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Make-up by Daddy

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Our Little Ballerina

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Stop hurting our families!

These are the kinds of politics that harm families like mine. THIS HAS TO STOP!

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/05/17/hospital-visitation-rights-for-same-sex-couples-under-threat-in-wisconsin/