As a parent, it is vital for you to keep your child safe. When it comes to bike riding, bike helmet safety is essential. There are a few rules that you should keep in mind when it comes to buying a safe helmet for your child. Continue reading Do Your Child Right With A Safety Helmet
Earlier this week marked the official end of an era around here. I started my first full time job since 2009, thus my days as a stay-at-home dad have come to an end. I am working at a local Marriott Resort and my official title is Recreation Supervisor. Of course if you had listened to the Dad Bros podcast the other night you would already know all this. Continue reading End an Era on the Right Foot
My pals Jon and Josh over at the Dad Bros Show podcast recorded their 200th show the other night and they graciously invited me to come on. They are a couple great dads and all around fun guys to chat with.
I also publicly revealed some exciting news about myself on the show for the first time, so go give a listen so you can be in the loop!
Winter is a season associated with curling up under a blanket inside and hiding from the cold in the outside world. However, those habits can lead to bad habits later in life, as people start to fall out of good fitness routines and start isolating themselves when the snow begins to fall. Instead, you can help instill a love of year-round fitness in your children by observing the following activities. Continue reading 4 Activities to Try With Your Kids this Winter
Part of my job as dad is to teach my kids to talk good with proper grammar. By my last sentence, you can already tell I’m not the most qualified at this position but some things are obvious to even me. My 2 year old has been notorious for starting sentences out with “me want.” Me want a snack, me want a toy, me want to go to the bathroom, me want, me want. Continue reading Me Want
I’m a part of a local neighborhood stroller walking group. It’s just me and my kids. Every so often, the kids and I buckle in our babies and hit the streets. We wave at any passer-bys and stop to knock on a few friend’s doors. Continue reading My Stroller Walking Group
Four years ago on October 20, 2012 I was where I am many Saturdays in the fall, in The Swamp, watching the Florida Gators play football. We were playing South Carolina and it was an important conference game. The Gators were doing well. With about 3 minutes to go in the first half, I got a text from my wife. It read: “I’m going into labor, I’m headed to the hospital now.” Continue reading There’s just something about a dad and his little girl