Today on the podcast my son joins me for some songs and laughs. This is about as random as it gets but it is also a real example of some of the kinds of conversations we have as parents with our children.
Sharing your lives on social media is and has been the latest thing to consume or time however with the opportunity for some to make social media and content creation a source of revenue I was curious what that looks like for families who put their lives up as the content. In todays podcast I talk about some of the things that some might not think about when deciding to embark on a career path of becoming an influencer or content creator. For those with kids I am not here to tell you how to parent but to provide an alternative thought on the topic.
It has been a little while since i’ve last picked up my camera and captured some images. I am happy to announce that I am back at it with the photography and in todays episode I am sharing a little about my first photo session after a long break. For my parents out there when you have a new born you already know that your time is now consumed with caring for your little one. The late nights, early mornings, bottle feedings, and bottle cleanings. Well after a year my wife and I are beginning to find our rhythm once again. This past weekend I had the awesome opportunity to capture some senior portraits. I have only done a few other photo sessions like this before but like riding a bike it was a smooth transition into the regular work flow. The day was overcast and for those who know me an overcast day is a close second to capturing photos during the sunset. As I was capturing the images the thoughts of my children one day being seniors in high school filled my mind and the thoughts of what that will be like. Who will they grow up to become and what will they desire out of this life.
Netflix announced that it would be changing a scene in the show 13 reasons. Not this news comes well after the shows episode had been released and for some it is to little to late. What are your thoughts on Netflix going back and altering a show after the fact to better fit with public opinion.
On todays podcast Im trying a newer format with some gameplay in the background. If you enjoy this be sure to head over and subscribe to my youtube for more. Maybe.
Drifting apart after years of marriage is never a good thing to find yourself going through. Sometimes a lack of communication of the years can be a root cause of the distance that has grown over the years. In todays episode i share a little of my thoughts on the matter as well as some of the things my wife and i currently do to keep the lines oc communication open and healthy.
Getting hit never feels good. When those blows are coming from your little one they can feel even worse. How do you deal with a toddler who wants to hit you? We take the non physical approach and try implementing time outs as well as talks but sometimes after what feels like a day filled with time outs it can be exhausting.
It has been a couple weeks now since my son has been enrolled in preschool. Given the time that has passed I’ve received questions from other parents about how the experience has been. In today’s episode I share a little bit of what it’s been like from both my wife, and I. Also I share our son has been learning, and how his experience has been as a preschooler.
Like the changing of the seasons my kids have decided to make a few changes as well. The most major of these changes has been their new bedtime schedule. Earlier this year we had settled into a pretty nice schedule but all of a sudden things have changed and what used to work before does not now.
With the swell of anti-vaxers on the rise throughout social media I decided to dedicate todays episode on the topic. Ill share a little on the reasons why my wife and I decided to have our children vaccinated as well as provide you guys with a link to an educational video that inspired this episode.
The Side Effects of Vaccines - How High is the Risk? : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBkVCpbNnkU&t=19s
Today we are back with guest Chris. We’re talking about games, teaching your kids about losing, and how to process losing. It can be difficult as a parent to try to convey what it means to lose at a game. Taking the time to help our children through these moments and help develop them as they grow into adulthood is a very important lesson.
Playing games and teaching the lessons of being a good sport while winning as well as processing how to take a loss is something all parents teach their children. In todays episode I share my experience teaching my son as well as two other dads take on how they play games with their kids.
anything involving our children and signing up for things leaves us with the parenting duty of reading through the paperwork. Unlike a terms of service agreement for social media or iTunes you probably should just sign your name without reading through the fine print.
Slanted glasses stops buy the podcast for some Streets of Rage 2. We talk about our entry into the world of video games as well as what brought him into the world of videography. As a wedding videographer slanted glasses shares some of his stories and even a wedding no no forgetting to hit record on the camera.
With all of the social media uproar over the announcement surrounding Ariel I decided it would be a great topic for todays podcast.
Parenting can be hard if you aren’t not on the same page with your partner. In today’s episode I share a little of my thoughts on co parenting and the importance of communication. Thank you guys for listening to these podcasts. Don’t forget to leave a like/5star rating and subscribe.
Planning for children bot emotionally and financially can be a daunting task. In todays episode I have Chris on to share some of the things he's doing to prep for his future children.
Today I took my son to see his very first movie at the theater. We saw Toy Story 4 together and it was a lot of fun. I have waited for years to share my love of going to the theater with my children. Sharing experiences we enjoy with our kids is one of the things that makes being a father worth while. I give this movie a must see rating.
Today Im talking about a product my wife came across in the store the other day. Once Upon A Farm is a baby food product that promotes its farm fresh non GMO baby food.
Having only one child can raise some eyebrows amongst other parents. To be quite honest its no ones business why you decide to have only one child. In todays podcast our guest sheds a little light on the topic revealing why he stopped at just one.