I never thought high school wrestling and what I would learn through that sport could be so integral to my life. I am grateful Jim Haskin pushed me to stick with my commitments, because it has forever changed my life.
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.
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 am going on record as apologizing to my wife for the next 50+ years of awkward couple selfies, school pic’s for our son, and family photo’s.
Our son Sam is just so dang cute. I know that may seem a little biased but it is the truth. Sam is so caring and empathetic to those around him and those qualities showed themselves this past weekend when we went to the cabin for a day trip.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard of this guy called Jon Acuff, but not only does he have awesome hair, he is a pretty smart guy and has come out with some great practical information recently.
As November / Movember comes to a close and I review some of the goals I put in place for raising support for men’s health issues, I see that I am coming up way short. When I look at the amount of money I raised, which is a whopping zero dollars, it is literally the opposite of my fundraising goal of raising $5,000.