A few months ago I wrote an article on my kids having access to guns. It was a piece intended to highlight one of my core values as a father; responsibly raising children in a home that has firearms.
We attended a local event in which members of the community offered random acts of kindness to others. It was a great event and Mommy Engine struck out to make a difference in other moms days…
Are you or do you know a working dad? Are you a new dad, or a grizzled veteran of work/life balance? I’m a working dad (and a millennial) and I strive for engagement at home. I’ve had success in helping my Stay At Home Mommy (Engine) with a new baby, and a lot of failure too. Here’s how you working…
Windows 10 launched Wednesday, July 29th and if you’ve been following along with the software development as a fan or have been involved as an insider you know it’s something to be excited about. If you don’t have Windows 10 yet, I encourage you to get it. Here are my top 10 reasons why:
Jo saddles up for her first horseback riding lessons, and we learned a few of our own lessons throughout the process. Not sure if your little one is ready? Decide after you’ve shared our experience!
We did not determine our infants sex before birth. We waited, and it was well worth it. If you, as a parent to be, decide to leave sex determination out of the pregnancy you are in store for a wonderful surprise that will heighten the birth experience immensely. Read on to hear our story.
Today is my birthday. I am 31. To celebrate, here are 31 things that I want.
Recently my pregnant ‘I hate food so I don’t want to cook anything. Ever.’ fiancée and I took Jo and went out to dinner at a new American Chinese restaurant here in Bath. The surprise? The Oriental Garden exceeded our expectations in nearly every way.
With the start of summer, kids are out on bicycles in droves. At least on my streets, and I can’t think of any better mode of transportation for 10-12 year olds in town who have nearly unrestricted access to many parks and ball fields. I am concerned however, as I watch younger kids pedal by with…
The Portland Breakwater Lighthouse isn’t a typical light. It’s a lone tower stuck on the end of what was formerly a much longer breakwater, but what is (somewhat) interesting about this light is its architecture.