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Losing dad bod is kids’ stuff for Camas author

Book by Clark County stay-home father shares tips on active parenting

By , Columbian staff reporter
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Dylan Alexander and Jona Tochet smile at their youngest, Bowie, while enjoying family time at the park. Alexander recently published a book about how to incorporate a healthier lifestyle into daily family life.
Dylan Alexander and Jona Tochet smile at their youngest, Bowie, while enjoying family time at the park. Alexander recently published a book about how to incorporate a healthier lifestyle into daily family life. (James Rexroad for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

CAMAS — At Lacamas Park on a gray and rainy afternoon in early March, Dylan Koller, who writes under the pen name Dylan Alexander, practiced “animal flow” with his two oldest kids. The three laughed together while pretending to be a bear, a crab and any other animal that came to mind.

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Columbian staff reporter