Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
Mine is the World’s Best Dad.
Doesn’t every little girl think that about their daddy?
My daddy and mommy and I went to Phoenix. It took like 413 “Are we there yets” to get there. I mean it was far far far away and then some.
I fell asleep. Watched Netflix. Ate some snacks. Played some games on my iPad mini, and we still had a long long way to go.
But it was worth it.
My daddy teaches people who to change their world, how to change the world. And he did it again in Phoenix at Pressnomics. Pressnomics is a bunch of people doing daddy stuff. I am not sure. Daddy told me, but I didn’t get it.
But somebody got it. Chris Ford got it.
She got it so well she put it into a picture. Daddy says they are call info giraffes. (Ed. infographics).
Chris created it in a blog post called Pressnomics Type Notes | Bill Belew. <=Take a look.
You can also see it here –
Daddy says that if you can understand these simple steps you can change the world. You just have to keep stepping long enough.
Thanks, Chris for sending out some love for my daddy. Nothing can make a little girl more happier than to know she is not the only one who loves the World’s Best Dad.
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.