When asked for parenting advice, veteran parents often give advice about the best baby products, developing a routine, nursing, and other advice based around the wellness of baby. No one really tells you how this new cute cuddly bundle of joy takes a toll on your relationship with your wife or husband. When asked for […]
Potty training was a difficult phase of parenting for me. It started out pretty bad. (If you don’t know about our potty training experience, read The Ugly Side of Potty Training at your leisure. It’s very entertaining to say the least.) In the early stages, our family and friends told us about their potty training experiences. Some […]
ALL THINGS REALLY ANYTHING….Other Mom Here, and the events leading up to today, and all day today compelled me to write this post. This post is not about our current President. This post is about everything surrounding these events and the realization I had about all of this. On Friday January 20th at 12:00PM EST, the […]
The new year is full of opportunities to start fresh and achieve the goals you wanted to achieve last year, lay down the foundation to reach old/new goals, or review the goals you did achieve and work on the next level of your goals. Last year (2016), I took several leaps of faith (this blog being […]
Looking at the picture, it’s a picture of Elmo and KJ sleeping. It’s deeper than that… We took KJ to see Disney’s Moana today (EXCELLENT movie…we can discuss more later). All three of us are sitting there eating our movie snacks waiting for the movie to start and a little girl and her mom and […]
As new parents, we are often confronted by strangers (and sometimes family and friends) who feel compelled to offer unsolicited advice or believe they can question our parenting methods. You may often encounter them at the grocery store, the community pool, or even in the mall shopping. My wife and I were questioned about our […]
When we started potty training KJ (our two year-old son), we were elated. I thought it was a step towards us getting at least a small part of our lives back and reallocating money to another expense in our monthly budget. Hooray!!! NO more expensive diapers!!