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.
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.
While having dinner the other night, my best friend, my lady and I were discussing growing up and some of the amenities, or lack there of that we had in our homes. While describing what we had and didn’t have, I noticed one thing we all had in common. We were describing our conditions, but… Read More Looking Back, Looking Forward.
I’ve acquired a reputation as someone who is easy going and jovial, doesn’t sweat the small stuff, driven, and positive. I laugh and make others laugh a lot, and have been told that I give sage advice and am a person that people can talk to when they are feeling down. I’ve taken my personality… Read More Beyond The Front Door
Last day of the baby pics…starts NOW! I saved the best for last. Through the years many have said that this picture of me is an example of everything a baby pic could be. Ok, maybe I’m laying it on a bit thick, but I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback on this photo. The… Read More The Eyes Have It.
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.