We all have more than we think. Don’t wait until tomorrow or until you “make it big” before you start to give, because what you will come to realize is that those excuses will always haunt you, and you will never end up giving anything.
A couple of weekends ago I was able to take Emma to Chick-fil-A for our first official daddy daughter date night, and it was a blast. The conversation was a little lacking, but what can you really expect from a 20 month old.
Here is to second first dates and the chance to redeem all opportunities.
Start taking the time to document what you are learning and experiencing. You have no idea the impact of what you are capturing could have one someones life.
Clearly what I am about to drop on you is a story about poop, because who doesn’t love a good poop story.
I am scared... so very scared. I am scared because I have zero skills and knowledge as it relates to anything girl and how to make Emma look even more cute with some rockin updo's.
Every day we are given a new reminder that our lives are just different, and you know what... that is ok. We are a family that has to do things just a little bit differently then others and we are becoming more and more ok with that.
I married a rockstar. I realize that I am a little biased, but I know it to be fact. One of the main reasons I know this is because my wife has seemingly carried a burden by herself for almost a year and a half.
I have come to realize very quickly that it is the small things that capture our hearts and make up the moments we remember. Lindsay and I cleaning up puke and giving our daughter a bath before breakfast to start off 2018... that will be a keeper.
Personally I love the holidays. Professionally though, the holiday's turn out to be a stressful time and I am learning that over-communication is the only way to combat these stressful issues.