Category Archives: Fatherhood

Rantings, dad jokes, experiences and randomness.

The two reasons why I don’t share my children online


As my children grow older I am finding it increasingly harder not to want to share everything they do with everyone. They’re becoming little humans, they’re not just sacks of vomit and meltdowns. My daughter is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen, and I want everyone to know that. But I still […]

What happens during a meeting in my home


It’s no secret that I work from home, and that I’m an advocate for more positions being remote. My personal distractions and home life has evolved as I’ve became a husband and most definitely since I’ve been a father. Below is a accurate description of the progression of my wife & children during a lengthy […]

Family standups


To coincide with a piece I wrote a bit a go, my family has evolved our discussions every morning into actual “stand ups.” Every morning we have these discussions over coffee, and sometimes we revisit mid-way through the day to make sure we are on track or if we need to change plans. Raising two […]

I don’t hustle – I’m motivated


This word in my community, I hate it. It’s become such a culture that for the most part I despise. It encompasses the idea that one should be constantly grinding at anything and everything. To quickly move or push (someone) often in a rough way The Webster dictionary defines hustle in a few simple ways, but […]

Why I think Zootopia is amazing


At the time of this aside I think the play count on this movie is up to about 12 in my household. My daughter can’t get enough of it and frankly neither can I. I love that this movie uses this super in depth and creative world, the city of Zootopia, as a vehicle to surface […]