There are a lot of things that you won’t know or the parenting classes won’t tell you when you become a new dad. But here are 8 things I wish I knew.
I didn’t understand how the person responsible for me attending the Dad 2.0 Summit would change my life… forever.
There comes a point when we as parents realize that we all need to do something to become a better parent. I can not remember when it hit me but without knowing it, my son has made me a better parent.
Just as quickly had our ordinary labor and delivery turned, my plans changed. My wife was in no state to take care of our newborn, and as much as I knew that the nurses in the nursery would have taken excellent care of him, I didn’t want to be that dad who just leaves him with them. I knew that my night was just getting started.
With the the birth of our newborn, I have reached the point of being sleep-deprived. But I can say that I am at least smiling.
Son, you are going to make an incredible big brother. I have no doubt even though in the beginning things might not feel like it.
Baseball isn’t just a sport that you go to watch alone. Baseball is a sport that you share with your father and son.