What to pack when going camping
We are packing up the Subaru and taking the boy camping this weekend. When taking a small child camping it is important to make sure you are prepared for everything, however, you don’t want to bring everything you own into the woods either. With this in mind, I have listed out all the items necessary for […]
Tips for attending your child’s recital.
Tee-Ball is a Roller Coaster of Emotion
A letter to my son on why I switched jobs
Recently I accepted a position as the marketing manager for C&L Aviation, a well-respected and growing company in Bangor Maine. The company is a one-stop shop for maintenance, painting and upgrading private and commercial jets. They are also involved in the sale, leasing and service of corporate airplanes around the world. In a sense, this is […]
20 sort-of annoying things about raising a child
To that other dad at the ice rink, thank you
BREAKING NEWS: Parents think other parents are doing it wrong.
I read the post by Alex Steed published on this site earlier today. The post is a simple documentation about how he and his wife are choosing to raise their daughter. In the post Alex explains the type of language allowed in their house, they way they respond and interact to ‘salty” language, the type […]
How a parent’s resolutions are different than yours.
Because as parents we tend to think differently than our free, childless friends I have done up this quick chart of what New Year’s Resolutions look like for both groups. Happy New Year to you all!