I have the honor and privilege of working with The Great American Milk Drive Campaign. Last week I was invited to the kickoff of the Great American Milk Drive at the City Harvest in New York City. It was an amazing experience. At the event, nutritionist Ellie Krieger and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (of ABC’s Mordern … Read more37 Million Americans can use your help.
It is odd to see daylight this time of year. Let me rephrase that, it is odd for the sun to still be shining when I get home this time of year. For the last 17 years, I have been a coach – a baseball coach, track coach, basketball coach, and even, over a decade … Read moreMy “Easy Decision”
Welcome to one of my two official entries to the #FrozenChefMadness contest through our friends at LifeofDad.com and Easy Home Meals in celebration of Frozen Food Month. My entry? The Two Hand SlamParmesan crusted Tater Tots (Ore Ida), Zesty Garlic Chicken Wingz (Tyson), and Sugar Snap Peas (Green Giant). Preparation? Simple enough that you won’t … Read moreThe Two Hand: Slam Munch Madness- East Coast Edition
Every March I find myself traumatized by another woefully awful bracket. Within a few days, my “answer sheet” has become a red ink deposit and a new scrap sheet of paper for my daughter to color. What makes the games that follow more palatable? Snacks. Fortunately, March is also Frozen Food Month and a perfect … Read more#FrozenChefMadness — Welcome to Munch Madness
Your browser does not support the video tag Welcome to Movie Trailer Monday – and today’s trailer is a tongue in cheek look at the awesome road trip Jason and I took to New Orleans for the Dad 2.0 Summit. While you are at it, check out Jason’s newest post– Have a great day! – … Read moreMonday Movie Minute Trailer
His eyes still haunt me. Who is he? I don’t know, but I’ll get to that in a minute. A high schoolmate of mine, Ricky Smith, has started a revolution. His movement #R.A.K.E. stands for – Random Acts of Kindness Everywhere. He has literally traveled the country doing acts of kindness for random people. Things … Read moreMy Random Act of Kindness
Valentine’s Day. I have many memories of Valentine’s Day and few of them are pleasant. I remember opening the traditional cardboard box of valentine cards, I usually got the superheroes or funny comics, and it was a painstaking, dilemma filled, gut wrenching, anguishing process to decide who got what valentine. Similar to the “War Room” … Read moreYes? No? Maybe?….
There is a struggle in parenthood that they don’t publicize. Few people talk about this phenomena – maybe because they are struggling with it as well. But it is real, my friends. It is real, and it is time that we pay it the attention it is due. I don’t know if it has a … Read moreParenting advice you might be missing…
I have been awake since 4 am. I am here, in the beautiful city of New Orleans, for the Dad 2.0 Summit. Literally hundreds of inspirational people, many of whom I am blessed to call my friends, are also here. The experience has been inspirational, humbling, and awe inspiring. Yet, there is one voice that … Read moreBlues Skies Guaranteed
So there I was… trying to remember why it was a good idea to take my two pre-school age sons camping at the Grand Canyon. The entire time we hiked along the rim, I was haunted by the thought of one of my children falling over the edge and bouncing his way to the bottom … Read moreCamping with the Kids… and Dwayne