I got married a week before YouTube launched and over a year before the first iPhone was released to the public. Let that sink in for a minute. My world in 2006 was just starting to use Facebook. Putting together a wedding registry on your own now is a monstrous undertaking. Best Buy, however, is making the wedding registry task easier than ever!
Putting my two-year old to bed can be a real chore sometimes. He’s not a fan of bedtime and its not just because of having to brush his teeth. Normally there are fits and...
I often wondered how “manly” I really was growing up. I’ve doubted my own manhood many times. I never really liked sports. I didn’t have anything against them, but I also didn’t know more than a handful of players names in any given sport. To this day the full scope of rules in a football game elude me.
One of the choices I had to make early on as a Dad Blogger was how I would treat my writing and sharing of stories about my family. This isn’t a problem solely dealt with by parent bloggers. It is also an issue any parent who shares information online should think about.
The world is a rough place. People who should be able to get along often don’t get along at all. Bosses often look out for what is best for themselves and take advantage of their subordinates. Gun owners oppose any talk of reasonable regulations based off of the empty argument of “freedom.” These things and countless more cause unnecessary pain and suffering to others.
I swore it would never happen. I didn’t have a clue. The rules I had set up for myself in my pre-child world didn’t stand a chance once I became a dad. Here are six ways I’ve changed my standards since becoming one.