Book Review: The Stranger in the Woods

Would you willingly, on a whim, decide to give up everything and live off the land? Cut off from all human interaction. With your only food source available by pilfering from nearby seasonal lake houses. At age 20. Roughing it outdoors for all but one day. In Maine. for 27 years?! Author Michael Finkel tells … Continue reading Book Review: The Stranger in the Woods

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Book Review: Being a Dad Is Weird

Title: Being a Dad Is Weird: Lessons in Fatherhood from My Family to Yours Author: Ben Falcone Publisher, Release Date: HarperCollins, May 16, 2017 Pages: 240 Rating: 8.8/10 I finished my very first book of 2018 on New Years Day, a new record. It helped that I started reading Ben Falcone's Being a Dad Is Weird: Lessons in … Continue reading Book Review: Being a Dad Is Weird

Britax ClickTight Technology is the real MVP

If you're in the market for a new convertible car seat, look no further than the Britax Marathon ClickTight. I'm not kidding when I tell you the ClickTight technology is the best thing to happen to car seats since, well, the kids you put in them. #therealMVP

Product Review: lalabu’s Dad Shirt

Sometimes The majority of the time, the most convenient way to bond/shop/walk with your children is to wear them. Especially if you have another child or two along with you It doesn't claim to be a hands-free carrier (I'd call it a hand-free carrier) but the Dad Shirt by lalabu is in a class all by itself. Pretend you're … Continue reading Product Review: lalabu’s Dad Shirt

Product Review: Baby Bjorn One

Nolan was the beneficiary of the first Baby Bjorn I owned way back in 2011. It was a gray carrier with white and red trim and we used it every single day while living in New York City for the early part of his life. I'd wear it/him walking around the city, on the bus, on the subway...pretty … Continue reading Product Review: Baby Bjorn One

Review: The Rad Dad Box

Monthly subscriptions are everywhere right now but it seems like all are catered to someone other than the dynamic duo of a dad and their child(ren). Personally, we don't belong to any (Linds subscribed to BirchBox years ago) because we don't really have disposable income, but if I had some for myself, that's where the brand … Continue reading Review: The Rad Dad Box