“Life is a long lesson in humility.” — James Barrie It’s a cliché that having a child changes your life forever, but things become clichés because they’re true, and one of the biggest adjustments is just how much stuff children come with and how difficult it is to keep it all organized.
As a father of girls…
I began playing organized basketball at the age of six. By the age of ten, I was playing year-round for various travel teams in various leagues, almost always in the age bracket above mine. There was never an offseason. Camps, practices, summer leagues, fall leagues, spring leagues, open gyms – I did it all. WhenContinue reading “Don’t Break the Chain: The Value of Persistence”
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.” — Robert Louis Stevenson I. My second time visiting an operating room as an expectant father was different from the first in a variety of ways. It was in a different hospital in a different city with different doctors.Continue reading “Our IVF Journey”
My life did not turn out the way I would have expected.
To say that the nature of television is changing would be a massive understatement.
“I have more pictures of my children than my father ever looked at me.” – Jim Gaffigan I do the grocery shopping in my house.
I don’t feel like cooking.
There’s something special about a Sunday dinner.
“Daddy, can I help?”