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.
The firsts in life that we have, are so special that we want to share it with those that are important with us at that moment.
On the outside, it appears as though I have a favorite kid. But when you look deeper into it, it isn’t so much as a favorite kid, but more of a second chance.
I didn’t understand how the person responsible for me attending the Dad 2.0 Summit would change my life… forever.
When it comes to being a dad, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. After the birth of our second, I created my fatherhood statement of purpose.
It’s easy to get caught up in life and forget to take a moment to focus on the moments that we all share together as a family.
It is very easy to think that you are in it all alone when you are parenting your children. But what is easy to forget is that parenting is a team sport as much as it is an individual sport.