I never know what fatherhood surprises are lurking around the corner.
If there was any chance that we could have the relationship that I envisioned rather than the one I feared, I was going to do everything in my power to make it happen.
My son isn’t a doctor. He’s doesn’t line up shoes or toys. He doesn’t scream when hugged. He doesn’t count cards, toothpicks, or, well, anything. He’s none of those things
Some moments she’s my little princess. Other moments she’s the evil queen.
He wants what he wants when he wants it and will ask you repeatedly.
From the moment I heard the concept, I knew it would reach far beyond dads-to-be and grab onto everyone withing arm’s length.
Between quarantine and Summer break, it feels like he’s been in there for eons.
He won the standoff. He always wins the standoffs.
I know that every cent spent is a minute earned burned, but she doesn’t.
Even when I play-fight with him, he giggles and wraps his arms around me for hugs.