Tag: daddy blogger
Red Eyes, Full Nose, Can’t Breathe
You don’t know true sadness until one of your young children is sick. There are few experiences that are as incredibly vivid to me as those memories of times when my kids were ill or in pain. I remember Maddie’s first Christmas when she was just about four months old and had a terrible cold […]
The Covid Kid Turns One
It’s been a full year since Samuel Peregrine graced us with his presence, adding new excitement to our family life in time for a pandemic.
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.
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.
A Mother’s Day Poem
Let’s hear it for the Mom!
Livin’ La Vida Lockdown
Here’s how we’ve been spending our days in this crazy quaran-time.
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.
Four Years A Father
Ever since 2015, Saint Nicholas Day has always been Father’s Day to me.
A Single Father of One…for a Weekend
After two years of being a dad, I finally had an entire weekend of parenting all by myself. Here’s what I learned from the father-son bonding time.