Keeping it Real

A Tale to Uplift the Teachers in Your Life

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Quietly inside, as the economy has wreaked havoc on public schools, parks and many services in my hometown of Miami, I’ve been worrying about the future of the teaching profession. I have three school age […] Read more

PapiBlogger’s Newest Adventure for 2012? A Brand New Baby! Thumbnail

When I was 11, my teenage cousin Tammy and I had a memorable conversation about the number of kids that we each planned to have.  Tammy and I didn’t have a clue about parenthood then […] Read more

Biker Santa Greetings from Miami

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Family Snapshot: Briani Tells Santa How Good She’s Been Thumbnail

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Wordless Wednesday: The Urgent Diaper Change

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A Hashtag for Latino Dads is Born: #LatinoDads

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One of the few things I sincerely love about Twitter are hashtags.  The world of Twitter has hashtags for nearly every hobby, cause and calamity in the world so today I want to announce the […] Read more

Wordless Wednesday: Wet Summer Siblings

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For Latino Dads, it’s Extra Hard to be a Great Father Thumbnail

In my Latino world, it’s universally understood that from the time we’re born, our lives will revolve around mama.  Oh papi matters too, sure – sorta, maybe, sometimes – but mama?  Well, in general, mama […] Read more

Guest Post: “Sometimes I Think I’m Wearing a Skirt” Thumbnail

  So, this week marks another year of Father’s Day Week here at PapiBlogger. Today our “Keeping it Real” post is on TUN TUN TUN TUN TAHHHH… Fox News Latino! “Sometimes I Think I’m Wearing […] Read more

Two Times a Hero: This Latino Dad is a Soldier and a Single Parent to Four Kids Thumbnail

  As I continue my weeklong focus on Father’s Day, I wanted to take the time to introduce you to Miguel, 33, a Latino dad who in my opinion is two times a hero: Miguel’s […] Read more