Time Management as a Parent

Finding time in our days to get everything accomplished is not always easy. It is sometimes impossible. But how do we find ways to better manage our time? Check out this week’s blog post to find some tips and tricks on how you can start doing this TODAY.

What is Your Legacy?

We are all going to die someday. There, I said it. No escaping it. No second chances. We get one try at this thing we call life, and then we are gone from this plane of existence. So what does that mean for you? In life we all have goals. They may be anything fromContinue reading “What is Your Legacy?”

Something Doesn’t Feel Right

Sorry, no fancy pictures in this post. It is time for a reset. Do you ever feel like something is off?  Some days we wake up and the world feels aligned and well; other days nothing seems to make sense.  I think the latter has appeared more in our country since early March.  When the pandemic started toContinue reading “Something Doesn’t Feel Right”

Surviving Your Baby’s First Year

Let’s face it – no one truly prepared us for being a dad.  It took me going to medical school and being a pediatric resident to figure out how to change a diaper and how NOT to hold a baby.  I remember Home Ec classes in Junior High, but I am pretty sure those plastic babies sleptContinue reading “Surviving Your Baby’s First Year”

Enjoy Your Kids

Happy Father’s Day!  Oh wait, that was last week?  Well, I got to celebrate it this past weekend.  Last weekend was our younger son’s birthday (on Sunday) as was our wedding anniversary (12 years! Woot!).  The two things that made me a father were celebrated that same day, so we pushed back my celebration to this past weekend.  No complaintsContinue reading “Enjoy Your Kids”

Childhood Identity – Choose the Right Words

My family and I took a much needed vacation this last week.  Typically this leads to slightly more screen time than normal, and our younger son decided we HAD to watch Cars 3.  Again.  If you have kids, you have probably seen it.  If not, the general premise of this one (spoiler alert!) is Lightning McQueen is nearing theContinue reading “Childhood Identity – Choose the Right Words”

5. The Art of Yelling

My twin sister and I were known as the “Temper Toffles” while in grade school.  Why, you may ask?  Our voices carried very well.  We would get into shouting matches while playing touch football at the bus stop.  We would yell when playing roller hockey with our friends up the street.  It wasn’t always yellingContinue reading “5. The Art of Yelling”