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.
When my wife and I first started dating, we talked a lot about our expectations for the size of family we might have. I grew up with two siblings, so the number ‘3’ seemed natural to me. She, on the other hand, always envisioned ‘5’ as her magic number. As we all know, marriage is … Read More about Welcoming TWO New Babies to the Bunch?
She probably thinks that I don’t notice, but I do. This Mother’s Day will probably be one of the toughest for my wife. It may seem silly to some, but I get it. Up until a little over two weeks ago, Jen and I have been, for the most part, blessed with three healthy children. … Read More about Reliving the Moments. (Coupon Code Inside!)
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.