April 21st, 2015

Quickie: Cow Anus

Nope… we were not coming up with Heavy Metal Band names… we were talking about food.  The boys watched an episode of Anthony Bourdain’s “Layover” series which lead into a discussion about different kinds of food. At one point we pointed out that we are fortunate to be able to go to the supermarket and [Read More…]


April 11th, 2015

The Round Up: 4-10-2015

I share a lot of stuff all week long,  You may have missed the good stuff so here is a quick recap of my shares from the last week: “The last 50 years of Lego, in true Lego form” by Mashable “How secular family values stack up” By Phil Zuckerman “Ernie Hudson – My Life of [Read More…]

The Man Without Fear

April 10th, 2015

Without Fear

To say I am excited about the new Netflix Series Daredevil would be a massive understatement.  Daredevil is easily my favorite Marvel comic book series (Thor is a close second). I love the concept of “the man without fear.”  Over the long haul the comic goes into some dark places and that may have been [Read More…]


March 31st, 2015

“Don’t take any SH__ from anbody!” – Fatherhood Lessons from Billy Joel

My very first album ever was Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” which I got for my birthday when I turned 12 years old, from the moment I listened to it I was destined to be a lifelong fan. He indirectly encouraged me to continue learning piano. He has traveled with me on road-trips via my car [Read More…]


March 16th, 2015

A Snowboarding #Dadventure

We finally got around to introducing our boys on the slopes.  Like many great adventures it was a happy little accident of sorts, but it has opened a new chapter of winter fun for our family. We live a few hours away from the Wisconsin Dells, where they have a ridiculous amount of indoor (and outdoor) [Read More…]

Nothing left to chance - Business Strategy

March 5th, 2015

#AmazonFamilyUS – What we are asking for…

DadBloggers like Amazon.  We like buying stuff.  We like the convenience that Amazon.com offers.  What we don’t like is being an afterthought. This is why we are trying to give Amazon a chance to change their outdated and narrow focused marketing to something that can be embraced by all caregivers. Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Gay families, [Read More…]


March 4th, 2015

Before there was Halo… There was Wumpus…

Every once in a while we get into a video game nostalgia at my house.  My boys have grown up in an age of the Nintendo Wii. So when I trot out something like an Atari emulator and hook it up to our TV it is like Back to the Future at our house.  This week [Read More…]