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Jun13

Celebrating Legendary Dads with an Old Spice Giveaway.

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This past weekend we were up in Philly for my cousin’s wedding, but had some time on Saturday morning to run a few errands and pick up a bunch of non-important items (toothpaste, dog food, etc.) that we forgot at home. One of those things was the belt that went with my suit. So we

Apr29

AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTOR ANTONIO, HOST OF SPIKE TV’s LIFE OR DEBT…

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Life or Debt is Spike TV’s new series where Victor Antonio shows families how to get themselves out of debt by operating like a business.  ADRIAN: So. Life or Debt on Spike TV. Brilliant concept, love the execution and my wife and I have watched every episode. Like many other families, we’re always looking for

Mar29

A Weekend in the Sonoran Desert with Corning Gorilla Glass.

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Up until earlier this month, I’m pretty sure that I’d only ever been through Arizona once, which was during our cross-country drive (with a 2-year old, 8-week old and dog), so it was tough to actually stop for a minute and take in it’s full beauty. So in February, when Corning Incorporated reached out to

Sep11

Don’t Be Gawkin’ at my Gams.

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This post was sponsored by Shout® to promote its New Generation of Stains campaign and partnership with The Color Run™ It’s been two years since me and my team won the Washington D.C. 199-mile relay known as Ragnar – the grueling race that never rests. A continuous overnight trek that took us from Cumberland, Maryland,

Aug18

Buggin’ Out on the Fourth.

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This post is sponsored by OFF! ®, but all the opinions are my own. Ever since we left Los Angeles and moved back East, the days are gone where I can count on an almost-arid, sunny ’70-degree day. If you’re not familiar with the (just outside) watershed region of Maryland, the months of June, July and

Aug3

How Does Your Family Eat Dinner?

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These days, it could be any night of the week. It’s 6pm, halfway through what I call the ‘witching hour’. I’ve done it all. We went on a walk to the park, we pulled out the play-doh (and put the rock hard nuggets from last week in the trash), built a nostalgic-yet-stupid balsa flyer that

Jul31

Straight Up Family Business and Staying Connected.

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as part of a campaign for the Straight Talk Wireless Tester program. The thoughts and opinions remain my own. As I mentioned in a different blog post last week, I’m rapidly approaching my sixth year as a stay-at-home dad. While the sixth year doesn’t feel much different than the

Jul22

10 Things I’ve Done Wrong as a Stay-at-Home Dad.

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It’s hard to believe that I’ve been a full-time stay-at-home dad for almost six years. There wasn’t one moment in the 90’s, where I sat back on my grody college sofa after pulling a hefty bong rip and thought, ‘Man, I’m really glad that I’m spending all this time and money to get a hearty

Jun21

Just Strollin’ Along on Father’s Day.

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Six years ago, I wasn’t sure what kind of dad I might be. Certainly, I’d had an amazing influence in my own father, as well as my grandfathers and uncles, my father-and-brother-in-law, but as you hold your wife’s hand in the delivery room, I think you’re waiting for that identity to be born (so to

Jun19

Your Father’s Day Report Card is in. (Plus a $250 VISA Card Giveaway!)

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As a kid, I remember the day that report cards came out. No longer were you trusted to bring that piece of paper home in your backpack – they mailed that shit. I’m surprised it wasn’t sent as ‘certified mail’. The problem for me, was that I was in school while the mail was being