Category Archives: Fatherhood

Rantings, dad jokes, experiences and randomness.

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 […]

Running a family, running a product


At the time of this piece, I’ve had about 3 years of product engineering experience and have been a father for 1.5 years with another due any day.  One evening I was slumped over my sink. My daughter had been sick all weekend so this Monday was very Monday like. I was barely passing at cleaning […]