Posts Tagged ‘dads’
On the heels of turning 40 this past Friday, I got all the classic ‘old dude’ gifts, complete with an ‘Over the Hill’ coffee mug and a 6-pack of handkerchiefs (for me to cry into) from wife’s grandparents. But then I also had a few people tell me that ’40 is the new 30′ and
When we were kids, my dad would make us help him with the yard work in the summer. Instead of using the grass catcher, he would fire it into the atmosphere and start handing out rakes. Perhaps it was to get us out of the house and give mom a break, so she could dance
It’s the beginning of week 3 in the NFL and along with the joy and heartache comes with it, the excitement of tailgating. In my earlier years, tailgating in Philadelphia was something magnificent. Charcoal smoke wafting across the landscape, as we shotgunned canned Yuengling from the cooler while obese shirtless amateur neighborhood running backs dropped
Being on the road over the last two weeks, driving up and down the eastern seaboard, traveling to visit both of our families, has given me plenty of time (30 hours over 1,700 miles) to reflect on some of the most sentimental memories of Christmases past. A majority of the things in my life tend
I’m just going to go ahead and quote Lana Del Rey right now. I’ve got that summertime, summertime sadness. Although, I think she’s actually crooning in her sultry voice about the end of a summer fling, while I’m yodeling in my off-key voice about being hot as ballz, sweaty, miserable and unable to force myself
Yesterday was just a regular November Monday morning around my house, right? It was 6:30am and I stepped out on the front porch with a cup of joe to see if the Christmas lights and garland that I hung up on Sunday (don’t judge me) made it through the night’s brutal winds. My 2 1/2
A few weeks ago, my good friend Amy at Carriage Before Marriage gave us a glimpse as to why she and some other moms dress like shit. Sure, before we had kids, I used to clean up real nice… But as I was reading her article, I was like, hold up, as a stay-at-home dad,
As some of you may know, I was lucky enough to help produce a show (in all of my spare time, ha!) called ‘Modern Dads’ which premieres tonight on A&E after ‘Duck Dynasty’. Before the series kicks off, I thought it might be cool to get to know these Austin dads a little bit better.
I was going through some pictures today, trying to figure out what I missed reporting on in the past year and found this windshield wiper. I guess I took this picture towards the end of Jen’s second pregnancy, as the doctor pulled out a condom that looked like a wind sock and I passed out.