There are hundreds of books on parenting. This is what they don’t tell you: It applies all of the time and none of the time. Let me explain. Month one of fatherhood was spent learning. This is my first child and I didn’t have any experience rearing a sibling so I was going in blind.… Read More “You Know Nothing Jon Snow…”
Hi everyone! It’s been some time since there’s been something posted on this blog. I’m sorry, I’ve been keeping dad busy playing with me. Oh, it’s Harper by the way and I’m going to give you guys an update on what’s been going on. I’m four months old now and it’s been a roller coaster… Read More I’m Back!
I hate it. I hate the fact that I have no self-control when I’m around you. I’ve spent the better part of my adult life learning how to control my emotions. I revel in the fact that I can suppress my feelings and keep a poker face on at all times. When I’m around you,… Read More Love Letter
It seems simple: eat, sleep, change a diaper, repeat. The truth is, if you don’t have a system in place, you’re going to run yourself ragged trying to keep up. Caring for Harper has been a learning experience. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy, so before the baby was born, my lady and… Read More Down With The System.
It’s been seven days since Harper was born and we brought her home. That first night home was interesting to say the least. The days that followed, not so much. They were actually pretty straightforward. Harper came home the night of the NYC “Bomb Cyclone” snowstorm that hit the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT). The… Read More Week 1 – She’s Home!
I was in the house, walking to the kitchen and I stopped and peeked into our new nursery. Over the weekend, my daughter’s room came together nicely. The crib, dresser, and rug all came in and once everything was in place, a funny thing happened. It’s been a sprint to get the nursery ready. I… Read More A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Kitchen.