Tag: fathers

Our Sacred Sanctum – Home

Four years ago, my wife and I made one of the best choices of our lives. This choice was not easy, but it brought about peace. This choice cost us, but it gave us rest and safety. It was an investment that will help… Continue Reading “Our Sacred Sanctum – Home”

PATCHING HOLES

A couple of days ago my wife felt water dripping on her head as we sat on the couch. This is never a good way to begin a relaxing evening. I went upstairs to see if I could figure out where it was coming… Continue Reading “PATCHING HOLES”

Today was a Win

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.

Moving In

Amongst this mandated COVID 19 social distancing, we are doing quite the opposite at home. Two little girls are getting their first bunk beds and moving in together.

Six Years In

The last six years have gone by so fast! It is hard to believe that six years ago my wife and I had a baby girl that would change our lives. That “baby girl” is now six years old (Claire) and we have a… Continue Reading “Six Years In”

Board Games – 5 reasons why you should play with your family.

One of my absolute favorite things to do with my family is play board games. Im not sure when or how I was introduced to board games, but I love them. There is something so exciting about sitting around with my kids and introducing… Continue Reading “Board Games – 5 reasons why you should play with your family.”

Kindergarten

Today was a normal day. My wife and I woke up and got the kids ready. We prayed. Breakfast was made. Diapers were changed. As I sat on the couch killing a few minutes before we had to leave it struck me. I’m not… Continue Reading “Kindergarten”

15 Minutes a Day

A few months back I heard a friend talk about something a psychologist had said to her in reference to spending quality time with their children. A minimum of fifteen minutes of quality time dedicated to each child a day is essential. At first,… Continue Reading “15 Minutes a Day”

Montessori School, Missing Teeth and a New Car Seat

I’m not really sure how it happened. One day Claire was born and now she’s on the verge of turning 5 years old. Time didn’t zoom by, it just happened and here we are. The last few months have been pretty amazing. Claire started… Continue Reading “Montessori School, Missing Teeth and a New Car Seat”

You Never Know

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”