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Charissa

How awesome are you? Holy gosh. I'm pretty impressed with your daughter's memory as well! Sounds like she's pretty inspired. That means you've done your job. :)

Andra@FrenchPressMemos

Eric- I love that you actually made the stew. I want you to share your recipe- I'll post it on my blog! You are doing an excellent job as a father. Parenthood has a way of preparing you to be a better human in general, but only if you listen and try- and you do.

Marcia

Simone is a lucky girl. You are a very lucky Dad. The woman who ends up with the two of you wins the jackpot. Thanks for such a beautiful love story this month. I can't wait to someday read that you are being loved as well as you love that girl.

Chandi

Eric, the listening and paying attention are really special qualities. It's so important for kids to feel "heard' in multiple ways. You're clearly a natural at child-rearing. And if a woman doesn't want to date you because you have a daughter, she's an idiot. Well, I shouldn't say it that way. She has other priorities and it's great if she's able to be clear about what she doesn't want. I personally would be happy to date a guy with a daughter as I always wanted a daughter and don't have one.

Casey

You keep Simone where she is strong. And that is by continuing to cultivate her imagination. If it were ballet, if it were sports, if it were painting. You are an inspiration for letting her be her. Which is nice it's like you- intelligent, whimsical, goofy and refined. Not a bad combo.

Sometimes people's blessings can be a curse. Not for you, Eric. The right lady will figure that out.

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  • Eric Elkins brings more than a decade of writing, marketing, ePR, social media, and educational expertise to his clients.

    A former teacher and corporate trainer, Elkins spent six years as youth content editor at the Denver Newspaper Agency. He then became co-founder and publisher of Bias Media, a multiplatform media engine owned by the parents of the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post. His model for reaching the elusive 21-34 market combined a print magazine, a website, events, text messaging and email marketing to build an integrated online/real world community. His experience at BIAS led to his role as New Media Practices Manager at Metzger Associates, a PR and venture strategies firm, where he incubated development of Mocapay, a mobile commerce company. Elkins transitioned from Metzger to become VP of Marketing at Mocapay before leaving to found WideFoc.us, a social media strategies agency, in 2007.

    A freelance writer for newspapers, magazines and the web, his first book, “School Tools: Structures for Learning” is used by teachers in classrooms nationwide.

    His debut novel is Ray, reflected.

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