I've always been a big sharer of personal stories. I disclose embarrassing anecdotes about myself at parties, and I am drawn to blogging as a way to share my personal experiences with others. My wife, on the other hand, has always been a very private person. We are always having conversations about how much to… Continue reading Risking their right to privacy: mom bloggers and “sharenting”
I see a lot of posts on social media about what it means to be a stay at home parent or a working parent, how these parents made the decision to stay at home or go back to work, and the guilt and pressures they feel about their decision (because ALL parents feel guilt). I… Continue reading The Work-At-Home-Parent
I took Avery to campus with me this week to pick up some paperwork for my taxes, and I bumped into an old roommate. We hadn't seen each other since before I married, although he knows my wife from when we were dating. He's a really cool guy and I always wished we'd been able… Continue reading A Community of Families
I’d been going back and forth on the future plans for my blog – to expand it and make it fancy schmancy and try to attract all kinds of alternative families to my little hub of inclusive ramblings, or to keep it as my private and quiet little corner of the internet. My wife and… Continue reading I’ve upgraded my blog, kind of by accident.