Single dad who lives out of state, two hours away from my mini-me. While the last few years have been tough, my son's mother and I do the best we can to make my little guy's life as pleasant as possible.
When you're a parent, at some point you need to choose: Is caring for my kid more important than trying to catch a ball? That answer should ALWAYS be yes for everyone, except for the guy in this video.
Anyone with little kids knows that getting them to sleep is about as easy as figuring out in your head how much to tip, splitting the atom and understanding the algorithm Facebook uses to determine which are the top stories in your feed.
Kids grow up to fast these days. The other at the grocery store I saw, what looked to be, a 7 years walking around with a Starbucks coffee along side her mom doing the same. Coffee at 7? To me that's crazy. I remember the first time I tried to coffee, I hated it. Thankfully these kids also feel …
As a dad, I take great pride in showing my son the 'way'. By 'way' I'm referring to guiding and teaching him how to be a good person, make the right decisions and just be a good human being. The 'dad', and I use that term loosely, in the following video is clearly …
As a kid, I remember filling plastic soda containers with gas and trying to blow them up. Fortunately for me, it never worked. Probably had something to do with my fuse wire and the fact someone was watching over me, cause I was dumb.
Easter is right round the corner and what better way to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ than hiding decorative eggs all around the house and yard. I've only participated in a handful of Easter egg hunts but that was enough for me to learn they are a BAD IDEA.
Leading up to the birth of my son, his mother and I always told each other: 'Never talk to him like a baby.' No gaga or googoo, none! Looking back it was one of the best decisions we made in the beginning stages of parenthood.