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Topic - Ty Inc.
Kirk Smalley stood directly in front of Andy Pettitte and held a photo of his son Ty inches from the Yankees star's face, pleading that such a tragedy should never again take place.
The father of a former Navy SEAL killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, says he learned the details of his son's bravery not from the Obama administration, but in an email from an American whose life was saved by his son.
Parenting boys can be tough. From sexually provocative media, to the influence of bad-boy athletes and self-indulgent celebrities, to violent video games ... the cultural undertow exerts a powerful pull in the wrong direction.
Houwen, a stay-at-home mom with two boys - Reis, 3, and Ty, 18 months - said the playgroup was an opportunity to get out of the house and meet other mothers.
"We proved that we can go to college and balance our academics and practice and games," Ty said. "It's tough, but by us leading by example, it's going to help a lot of younger generations. There's already a lot more Natives committed to places."