There are many days on this journey of fatherhood that I don’t feel like I am good enough, tough enough, kind enough, compassionate enough, understanding enough—fill in the blank for yourself. Fathering children is tough work. Sometimes we can’t tell whether anything is actually sticking in those little hearts and mind. However, today is one of those days that I can call a win.
It was a typical Friday afternoon. I was running around with the girls getting groceries. Claire was hungry so we stopped at the Costco eatery and grabbed a slice of pizza, and a hot dog. I was tired from running around and Cecilia (#2)… Continue Reading “You Never Know”
Last year I wrote about my discernment on whether or not to conceal carry. Here is the post if you are interested: Babies, Guns and Jesus. After the experience mentioned in that post I did a lot of thinking, praying and discussing with my… Continue Reading “Train”
Me: “Hey hun, do you want some i-c-e-c-r-e-a-m after Claire goes down?” Wife: “Sure. Do we have v-a-n-i-l-l-a or c-h-o-c-o-l-a-t-e?” This has become the way we communicate in our household when we are referring to certain sensitive subjects that could cause our 3 year… Continue Reading “S-p-e-l-l-I-t-O-u-t”
So something weird happened when I tried sharing this last week. Somehow I had a different video show than the one below. Anyways, hope you enjoy this video. It is awesome and all men should watch it.
Horse costume. Check. Flag with fleurs-de-lis. Check. Sword. Check. Home made Saint cards. Check. Fifteenth century French-like soldiers helmet and armor. Umm…we may have to improvise. All Hallows’ Eve, also know as Halloween is right around the corner and my wife and I are… Continue Reading “All Hallows’ Eve Revisited”
The picture above is from one of our bathrooms. We have a crucifix in every room in our home to help us remember that God is always present. In the bathroom where this photo is from, I placed the crucifix in this basket. It… Continue Reading “Jesus in the Bathroom: The Mundane & Sacred”