Category Archives: dad blogs

Dad Blogs: Mom-less

On the one hand, it’s not so big a deal that I didn’t kill Charlie over the course of four days. A dad should probably be able to accomplish that. On the other, I was worried about this weekend. With … Continue reading

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Dad Blogs: Quick Advice

Here are three things I’ve learned in nine point five months of fatherhood. Surprise. Accept that you’ll experience it, prepare for it, if you can, embrace it. This one I learned after a half-second of fatherhood, actually. Charlie V had … Continue reading

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Dad Blogs: The Cliches Are True

Parenthood is hard. Seems obvious to say, but cliches are overused for a reason. And in five months of being a dad, what has become obvious to me is that the cliches are all true. Pretty much every warning about the perils … Continue reading

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Dad Blogs: What’s the infant sign for, “Two thousand dollar orthopedic helmet?”

Apparently, Charile has the beginnings of a flat spot on his head.  It’s not readily apparent where it might be, but then again, I’m no pediatrician. What is apparent is that he hates tummy time with a passion whose intensity … Continue reading

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Dad Blogs: Explosion

Charlie had his first out-in-public meltdown this week. We were at a restaurant meeting my cousin’s new boyfriend, itself a rather fraught exercise for an introvert like me (where my social phobics at?! put your hands up! of course, do … Continue reading

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Dad Blogs: Unborn Baby Music Hour

One of the things I most look forward to in fatherhood is teaching Charlie.  There’s so much I love about the world, so much that fascinates me, and the thought of sharing it with him excites me to no end.  I do … Continue reading

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