Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
What Does A Dad Do When He Doesn’t Have To Dad?
I recently spent eight days alone in my house–a house that is usually overrun with the frenetic energy and activity of hosting three kids ages four and under.
Spare a Prayer – A Poem for 2020 and Beyond
I don’t often write poetry, but this one just popped into my head as I looked back on this year that was difficult for so many. Despite the challenges, I still found myself incredibly blessed in a multitude of ways. As we head into 2021, I hope you can find those blessings as well. Spare […]
The Case of the Missing M&M – A Bedtime Story
What does your two-year-old know about the digestive system?
The Birth Story of My Second Son
It only took six months, but here’s the birth story of my second son, who arrived just in time for a global pandemic.
Where Are All the Catholic Dad Bloggers?
I’m a Catholic dad blogger. Is there anyone else out there like me?
A Mother’s Day Poem
Let’s hear it for the Mom!
An Open Letter to My Two-Year-Old Son
My son Charlie just turned two years old, and I’m pretty sure he’s my best friend.
Livin’ La Vida Lockdown
Here’s how we’ve been spending our days in this crazy quaran-time.
Finding Moments of Grace in the Age of Corona
I wrote this in response to my Catholic parish’s question on social media: How are you finding moments of grace in these difficult times?
How do you explain coronavirus to a 3-year-old?
From coronavirus to social distancing to the existence of God. It’s been quite an evening over here.
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