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
Thirty three days ago, we were celebrating New Years. Thirty two days ago, my lady was getting induced. Thirty one days ago, Harper was born and she’s the queen of the castle. I never realized how much a newborn changes in a matter of weeks. When Harper came home, her face was still swollen from… Read More 31 Days Later.
My daughter has changed so much in the two weeks that she’s been home. Her facial features have changed, she has certain mannerisms, and she’s aware of her surroundings. As she grows, there will be more overt and subtle changes that will come about. The change inside of me started the second she was born.… Read More Week 2 – Daddy Duties.
It was 1:13 pm on January 2nd 2018 when she texted me to call her. I was at my desk and picked up the phone. “What’s up babe?” She tells me that she spoke to her doctor and they decided to induce her into labor. She had reached the 40 week mark and they did… Read More It’s Time.
Day 4 of the throwback baby pics starts NOW! Babies are fragile little things when they are born. They’re constantly crying, shivering, weak, and need the love and support of the parents to get them through those rough patches during the first year of life. There are exceptions to every rule. As you can see… Read More A Strong Foundation.