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Dec26

The Ball Drops on Another Year.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Tylenol and their #HowWeFamily campaign, but the thoughts and opinions are all my own. Both of us wish you and yours a Happy New Year! I sat down a few days ago to write this eye-opening article about ringing in the new year. Truth is,

Dec21

40 Years of Christmas Memories and Traditions.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Tylenol and the #HowWeFamily campaign. The thoughts, opinions and traditions are all mine. As you know, we’re teaming up with TYLENOL to celebrate all the different ways people family during the holidays, and to share #HowWeFamily. Christmas has always been my favorite holiday and I’m

Nov14

A Letter to My Wife, You’re Doing Good.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: I am partnering with Minute Maid for a series of stories to help parents realize they’re #doingood. All opinions are my own. Being a parent is generally difficult enough on its own, but when you factor in multiple children at various ages it becomes significantly more complex. Add to that things like school,

Oct30

The Boys and Girls of Summer.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a sponsored post on behalf of the Tylenol #HowWeFamily campaign, however the experiences, thoughts and opinions are all mine. If you’ve been a trusty loyal follower, drinking the Dad or Alive Kool-aid, you’re fully aware that we’ve packed up and moved (once again) further south, to the coastal country of Virginia.

Oct16

A Fortress of Fallen Solitude.

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Before I started a family, the bathroom was kind of similar to the post office for me, I’d occasionally stop in, drop off my mail and abandon ship a few minutes later. In recent years, since Ava, Charlie and Mason were born, I’d locate the little half-bathroom in our house and barricade myself inside with

Jul29

The Silent Sting of Summer.

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With our recent move to the coastal country of Virginia, there are a few things that have become glaringly obvious. First off, trying to pack up over 700 boxes with three kids under the age of six running around is an incredibly hard task. Second, there’s no telling how crazy your kids will act during

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

Sep3

5 Ways Straight Talk Wireless is Helping Me Get Back to School.

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The end of August is one of my favorite times of the year. Winding down are the days of 95˚ heat with 95% humidity as we usher in cooler air, changing colors of the leaves and most importantly for me – SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION. The long summer days are a lot of fun,

Aug31

So You’re That Idiot on the Road.

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As most of you know, I grew up in the country, the rolling fields and meadows of southeastern Pennsylvania. My parents built our first house down in a little hollow, pinched in between peach orchards and cornfields, on a dirt road with a creek running through it. We had milk delivered to the front porch

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