Winter typically means two things here in Connecticut - cold (and colds) and snow. Besides the holidays, watching the kids frolic and play in the powdery snow, and admiring the tranquility of falling snow, I'm not much of a fan of winter. I'm already looking forward to summer. Too soon? Every summer, we vacation for … Continue reading Okemo/Ludlow, VT Winter Vacation Rental Market is White Hot
Putting aside the fact that he's a front-runner who might also cheer for the Rangers to win if they're playing at home. I'm stoked I get a front-row seat to watch Nolan's enjoyment, excitement, and love for hockey.
3) Isaiah Crowell, NYJ - 10 carries, 102 yards, 2 TD - The Sam Darnold Era began in as Jets a way as possible - a pick-6 - but Crowell helped the Jets tie it up in the 1st quarter before delivering the final backbreaker against the Lions, a 62-yard TD run to cap off … Continue reading List: NFL Top 3 RB Performances in Week 1
It took almost two seasons but we finally made it out as a family to watch the Hartford Yard Goats at Dunkin' Donuts Park. I've taken the boys a few times and we all caught a UConn baseball game earlier in the year, but we've never witnessed the glory of the Goats as a family. … Continue reading Go check out the Goats!
It's finally baseball season. And with it comes a fresh start for all 30 teams and hope for fans of each. It means warmer weather. It means tiny gloves and uniforms that is little league. And finally and definitely last, it means sideline parenting. In little league, where kids are as young as five, they're not-so-quietly present. … Continue reading Sideline Parenting: The Good and Bad
"Like sands through an hourglass, these are the days of our lives." No, being an at-home dad hasn't got me watching soaps every afternoon while the little guys sleep, but this quote is becoming more and more aprapos, maybe? Shit, I don't even know if it makes sense in the context I'm trying to use … Continue reading Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Every parent will tell you they love experiencing things with their child(ren) and I'm no different. Except that my kids (mainly Nolan) have very little interest in watching sports. They'd much rather go to events (and run amok) and I'm cool with that. As a matter of fact, if money was no object, we'd go to … Continue reading At-Home Dad’s Guide to the NCAA Tourney
So a lot went in to the decision to whitewash our brick fireplace in the lower level but there was one main issue: the surround was covered with this ugly tile and a fireplace door that wasn't even attached to the brick. The tile was uneven and, as it turns out, stuck to the bricks … Continue reading DIY: Whitewashing Brick
He's just over five months old but every time I change Austin's diaper it feels like I'm trying to pin one of the Road Warriors - either one, Hawk or Animal. I know it was difficult to pin either of them because I used the Google to find out "best WWF winning percentage" and they were … Continue reading Diaper Change or Wrestling Match?
We were down in the playroom the other night and Nolan was drawing roller coasters on his white board. He had already drawn a few but they clearly didn't meet his expectations. So then came this dual coaster: He asked me which one I liked better, so I told him the one with the sideways … Continue reading “Well, marker really.”