Sending your kid to daycare is hard as it is. Try sending them after they have been home with mommy, daddy, and grandma for 3 years during a pandemic. Social skills hardly had a chance to develop, clingy behavior has definitely been developed, and the thought of being out of your parent’s presence for more … More Daycare Drama
How do I know if I am a good dad? Short answer is, you don’t, but that doesn’t stop many first-time dads and even seasoned dads from constantly wondering if they are doing a good job raising their kids. I know I personally ask this question 1-2 times per day and I am almost 3 … More How Do I Know If I Am A Good Dad?
The holidays are always a fun time of year where there are tons of holiday activities, family gatherings, and gift exchanges. The air is crisp, the beautiful lights are everywhere, and feel good holiday movies are on every channel you click to on T.V. You really do get a sense of nostalgia during this time … More Holiday Season Mayhem
To my fellow dads out there; have you ever been the one to pack the dreaded diaper bag? For those who have, thank you for your service. For those who haven’t, or those who are going to have to in the near future, let me give you a crash course on the absurdity that ensues … More Diaper Bag Drama
After having the most beautiful baby on earth and having an interesting hospital experience as I mentioned in my previous post, can you believe the nurses and doctors actually said we were all set to go home? We have been parents for 2 days, I barely changed a diaper without gagging, the boob situation is … More We Are Actually Allowed to Take This Baby Home?
I used to love boobs. They were always a welcomed surprise when I would catch a glimpse of my wife’s, which usually meant something intriguing might ensue (sorry mom, dad, other family members). Since not only having a baby, but even since my wife was pregnant, these lovely features quickly went from my happy place … More Breastfeeding: Friend or Foe?
Dads in the delivery room; a concept that wasn’t heard of until the 1970’s and in some places, the 1980’s. I personally am beginning to wonder if that archaic way of thinking should come back around after what I just saw a few months ago. Just kidding, it was honestly the most beautiful thing I’ve … More Delivery Room Dad