Back in 2010, I found myself transitioning out of one career and into the role of ‘primary caregiver’ or ‘stay-at-home’ dad. I felt as if I had lost my way and had trouble wrapping my head around how changing diapers might ever be associated with saving the world. I didn’t see my role as having … Read More about Saving the World, One Dish and Dirty Diaper at a Time.
Becoming a parent isn’t always the smoothest ride. Yes, it’s often filled with wonderful experiences that are capable of putting an endless smile on your face, however, there are also moments that can eat away at your confidence and ultimately challenge your resolve. When we decided to try and conceive baby #3, we had several … Read More about Defining Moments in Parenting.
Camping is something that I’ve grown up with. Whether it be popping a $30 tent in the backyard of my childhood home or something as ambitious as driving to a nearby Appalachian Trailhead with the Scouts, I loved it’s simplicity. During my adolescence – it was about surviving in the wild, fishing for our dinner … Read More about Camping in the Great Outdoors.
When my wife and I got married almost ten years ago, we had planned a ‘large’ family. We “planned” as much as anyone could possibly have any sort of control over it, that is. We tossed around the idea of having three, four, or five children spaced about 2 to 2 1/2 years apart each. … Read More about How Do Your Keep Your Family Safe?
Back when Ava was first born, we had TONS of new clothes. Everyone was hooking us up — friends, family, colleagues, even companies that wanted to work with my brand. She had so many new, clean clothes that within those first three years, multiple people told us that they’d never seen her in the same … Read More about Getting Old Clothes Clean for a New Baby.