Embracing Curiosity

I have always loved observing the inquisitive nature of children. Watching them interact with a new experience is magical. The unadulterated and raw curiosity can reveal something extraordinary in even the most mundane places and experiences. But curiosity, like many other things, has to be nurtured and encouraged in order for it to thrive. “KidsContinue reading “Embracing Curiosity”

Trying New Things

Ever feel like you’ve missed the boat on some things? Do you tell yourself that you’re too old or too busy to try something new? I have, plenty of times. The thing is, when I actually push myself past the anxiety of trying something new, I find that the task was not as difficult asContinue reading “Trying New Things”

Unsolicited Advice

Having twins on our first rodeo was pretty brutal, to put it gently. The first year with the girls was a fuzzy blur of diapers, formula, and laundry with lots of baby crying sprinkled in. So as our youngest daughter turned 8 months recently, I found myself thinking about how much easier this go aroundContinue reading “Unsolicited Advice”

Four Things Every Future Father Should Know

The fear of the unexpected is one of the hardest things about being a new parent. There are books, videos, classes, and fads for every single stage of parenthood, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It seems as though there is an infinite amount of knowledge on how to raise your baby rightContinue reading “Four Things Every Future Father Should Know”

How You Say It

Everyone knows the old adage about watching what you say around kids. Well I’m here to tell you to watch how you say it! A recent observation has put a whole new spin on how I interact with and around my children, as they often pick up not just what I say, but how IContinue reading “How You Say It”