I grew up eating a lot of pasta that my mother made from scratch. I always loved it and I have fond memories of eating it. My wonderful wife made me pasta with my mothers recipe for the first few months of our marriage. Eventually she found her own recipes and converted it in her … Continue reading Buon Appetito?
We’ve all heard of the Man Cold, right? You know, when grown men act like toddlers and the world ends because they got a sniffle? For the sake of full disclosure – as a man and a husband, I have most certainly experienced a Man Cold. The six words that strike fear into the heart of … Continue reading My Wife Has A Cold! Help!
I was sitting beside my wife in the delivery room as a nurse attempted the Epidural administration. It’s an unpleasant procedure that forces a large needle into the spine via the lower back. As the tube was shoved home, my wife began to close her eyes, grasping on the bars of her bed. It was … Continue reading Gross Isn’t It?
The bond between a grandchild and a grandparent is so very special. While the excitement of a newborn may cause some grandparents to"forget" about your very clear and concise instructions when caring for your child, it doesn't make it okay. We all know that setting boundaries with our children might pose challenges, but nothing prepares a new parent for telling … Continue reading Setting Boundaries With Grandparents
Some people cope well with exhaustion. I am not one of them. Some people get up after a rotten night's sleep, try to wake themselves with a hot shower, then slug back a coffee or two. By the time they've left the house, you wouldn't know they'd hardly slept. I am not one of those … Continue reading Some People Cope Well With Exhaustion – I Am Not One Of Them
Growing up, travel wasn't done very often and when our family got around to traveling we always went to visit family. The notion of travelling somewhere where there wouldn't be a family member waiting for us at the airport was unheard of. Whenever we traveled it served a purpose. Either to visit a sick relative, … Continue reading Why It’s Important To Travel With Your Partner Before Marriage
The question that has plagued all newlyweds from the first day they got married and for apparently the years to come after the wedding. My wife and I got married about a year ago and this question still seems like an appropriate question to ask. It’s usually asked by those people that have lost touch … Continue reading How Is Married Life?
Your Wife sends you a text while you are at work.
Having children usually means lots and lots of toys around the house. And sometimes those toys aren't quite ready for children straight out of the packaging. The dreaded words "assembly required" can make any day more stressful than relaxed. Below is a list of "encounters" were sure all new parents have experienced when assembling toys … Continue reading The Stages Of Toy Assembly As New Parents
Much of life is shaped by the choices we make. We choose where we want to work and where we will live. We choose friends and partners. Most of us also choose who we marry (if we choose to marry). When we commit to someone, typically we are agreeing not only to commit to them, but to what—and … Continue reading Tips For Dealing With Difficult Family