I don’t consider myself an expert on many things. In fact, I often confuse the idea of what it means to be an expert with what it means to be a connoisseur. I have the latter part down. You wanna know about what your Hollandaise SHOULDN’T look like on that Sunday morning benedict? I got you. … Read More about 7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Labor & Delivery.
Becoming a dad for the first time is a moment that I’ll never forget. For me, it was 2009 and unfortunately what should’ve been a connecting moment between me and my wife, was the exact opposite. For a majority of men, I’m sure that juncture in time – that instant in which you both looked … Read More about Becoming a Dad for the First Time.
I can’t explain the cause behind it, perhaps it’s my part obsessive – part controlling nature, but over the last 8 years of parenting I’ve always felt anxiety. In the weeks and days leading up to my daughter being born, I’d wake up in the morning feeling so tense. It was like someone could bounce … Read More about Life Can’t Always Be Squeaky Clean.
Back in the early 1980’s, when I was 5 or 6 years old, my parents had finished construction on the ground floor of their very first home. My mom was pregnant with my brother and they were anxious to move in. We would live downstairs as construction continued in order to finish the upstairs bedrooms … Read More about The Revolving Door of Bathtime.
Depending on which part of the country you live in, I’m fairly certain that I’m not alone in saying that I feel like my kids have gone to school for a collective 6 days since mid-December. Whether it’s been because of Christmas or Hanukkah break, New Year celebrations, snow days or the inevitable quarantine-inspired day … Read More about Does Cleaning Make Your Kid a Better Person?