My twins recently turned three, and I had an epiphany: these ARE the good old days. If you ever talk to people whose kids are grown now, you know what I mean. Parents whose kids have gone off to college and/or now have their own children will tell you how fast the time flies, and… Continue reading Dear Parents of Young Kids: These ARE The Good Old Days
It was December, 2012 and my wife was 6 months pregnant with our twins when we went in for an ultrasound checkup; it was all normal. They used the portable ultrasound machine you would expect, and we went in with a calm and relaxed atmosphere. It was fine. Until it wasn’t. The technician noticed a problem… Continue reading The Birth of My Premature Twins Was Traumatic, Today They Turned Three
A good friend of mine posted this article’s feature image on his Facebook page; he recently left a successful career in corporate marketing, and is now an entrepreneur. He posted the following quote along with the photo: This is so true. I never saw it this way but it is a reality. – Roger G.… Continue reading Here’s What Happens When You Support a Small Business
I am a dad of two and a half year-old twins. My kids are great. They’re super kewt, smart, and well, they’re my kids, so I love them. But this Terrible 2 thing is giving me gray hair. Every time I mention the Terrible 2s to a parent, without fail, their reply is something like,… Continue reading If Your Kids Are Terrible 2, For Treacherous 3s, Better Up Your Liquor Game
I wrote this article about the Eric Garner situation last night and it just published on SheKnows. This was an emotional undertaking for me. I didn’t sleep much last night. The SheKnows editors liked the article so much it was the featured article of the day on the home page. You can read the entire article… Continue reading After Eric Garner, What am I Supposed to Tell My Son?
When my dear friend and great blogger, Michelle Nahom from A Dish of Daily Life, asked me to do a guest post on her blog I immediately said yes. Head on over to her site to read my ramblings. Ready, go! –>
I opened the mail the other day and found something that put a HUGE smile on my face. And if you’re a parent and an entrepreneur this story is gonna make you smile, too. While surfing the internet a few months ago, trying to connect with other dad bloggers, I stumbled across a website owned… Continue reading Are Parent Entrepreneurs Superheroes?
As a tech entrepreneur who is rabid about giving outstanding service to my customers, I struggle to disconnect from work, even when I’m supposed to be spending quality time with my family. So much so, my wife used to constantly be “on me” about putting my phone down to engage with the twins. I am not… Continue reading Parent Entrepreneurs: Are You Present During Family Time?
I’m blessed to be able to wake up every day and chase my dream of making my startup, WeMontage, a household name. As is often the case, the path to realization of this dream has been circuitous, to say the least, and it has taken a toll on family relationships. Birth and Death After raising… Continue reading Is There Life After Death (Of a Startup)?