I feel like I've been giving 20 percent energy to every aspect of my life. I'm a distracted father, a sheepish entrepreneur, I've been reading the same book for six months now, and when I write, I let my fingers do the thinking.
Here are the most read Dadding Depressed articles of June 2018. Share your favorite!
She's asleep. Finally. Lindsey gets ready to go for a run. By herself. She needs the break. Isaiah cries. Shiloh stirs.
The Knowing Book by Rebecca Kai Dotlich and illustrated by Matthew Cordell is simply the best children's book I've read so far. I could leave it at that, but, for your sake, I won't.
If we want to raise healthy men, we need to stop polluting our boys with these classic sayings.
To all the dad's, happy father's day!
Wow. That picture is random. Well, so is this post. Here are a few of my favorite random links I’ve found lately.
It may seem impossible to convince a child to ditch a picture book, but The Book With No Pictures makes a persuasive case for imageless entertainment, teaching kids that a book with no pictures can still be fun.
I am honored to be a part of two live panels hosted by STAND Magazine at this years' Partnership For Dads conference. It is THIS Saturday, June 9th in Waterford TWP, Michigan. One panel will be addressing men and depression while the other will be discussing the world of blogging.
Since the looming black balloon that has lingered over our heads like a cloud of anxiety for the first four months of my wife's second pregnancy rained pink confetti, I've wanted to write this post. But...I'm kind of speechless.