November 18th, 2013

#Movember Midway

We have reached the Midway point of Movember and I am really proud of the team I am on.  At this point we have raised almost $6000 for Men’s Health Research and Awareness.  That puts us in the top 200 #Movember Teams in the U.S.  However, my hairy lipped brothers and I want to do [Read More…]

November 17th, 2007

Are Dads Really Parents?

It seems a silly question to ask, but sometimes I wonder. I was at my children’s pediatrician’s office and I picked up a copy of Scholastic’s Parent & Child Magazine. It was the June/July 2007 issue, and on the inside cover it had a full page Subaru ad with a maze that teachers could copy [Read More…]

August 26th, 2007

On Full Contact Sleeping

I just checked on my boys. Every night our boys get some combination of my wife and I reading them stories and singing them songs. Sometimes Shell reads them stories and I sing them songs, sometimes we both read stories and sing them songs, sometimes she reads stories and sings songs, sometimes it’s just me…. [Read More…]

August 6th, 2007

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

  This past weekend I got to pass a major milestone in my Daddy career. I took My boy to his first Major League Baseball game. and it was awesome. Now lest I get ahead of myself I’m sure he really didn’t have a clue about what was going on. For him it was two [Read More…]

July 2nd, 2007

On a Toddler Lexicon

Every once in a while I will stumble across a clip of “Kids say the Darndest Things” I get a kick out of them every time I see one. Being a dad sometimes I feel like I am on the show. I just wish I had a video camera mounted on my person that could [Read More…]

May 25th, 2007

Celiac Sprue

Celiac Disease, Celiac Sprue, or Gluten Sensitive Enteropathy (GSE), whatever you want to call it is a reality for my family. During some testing in April for our oldest we found out that he most likely has Celiac Disease I haven’t written about it until now because I have had to take some time to [Read More…]

March 6th, 2007

Grown Up

When did we grow up? I remember when I was young that I thought about growing up and what that would be like. I’m now working on 32 and I am wondering when the grown up switch was flipped. I didn’t flip it. I was sitting at dinner today and I was correcting the behavior [Read More…]