Luke is 1 year, 9 months old. He’s a funny toddler that enjoys cookies and, oddly enough, raw onions. His favorite pastime is pushing our Roomba around the house and turning it on and off. When he isn’t running around the house with his stuffed animals or rolling a toy…
Nest is a great brand for introducing anyone that has thought about making their home a ‘smart’ home to ‘smart’ home technologies.
Angela and I have been married for over six years. That time flew by extremely quickly. We went through highs and lows, had our share of great memories and a handful of arguments. Ok, let’s be honest here, a lot of arguments. When you’re married, you argue. Usually it’s about…
You’re about to be a daddy, and you want to support the person that is bringing this new life into the world.
Luke is two and a half months old right now. He’s a bouncing, happy, giggly baby boy who smiles when his parents speak to him. He cracks a grin every time I show him the cartoons on his new diapers. By all accounts, he is a perfectly healthy and happy baby.
Becoming a father was something I didn’t expect to happen. I mean, my wife and I wanted to have kids, but as the years went by, we assumed that the stars weren’t aligned for us. Now that Luke is seven months old, I’ve noticed a lot of changes that came with our bundle of joy.
Just like our son, the excitement surrounding his birth is growing. We can’t wait for the little guy to get here. At the same time, we are glad we have the time to make sure our finances are in order.
When Angela and I found out that we were expecting a baby, my mind raced to all the things that would change. Late-night diaper changes and frequent pausing of our favorite television programs came to mind.
A little knowledge is a great way to keep the fear of a new situation at bay. Even though literally every single human being on the planet came about through the process of pregnancy and childbirth, the experience remains a great unknown to those that have never gone through it before.