Lenore Skenazy, bestselling author, speaker and founder of Let Grow (a non-profit promoting childhood independence and resilience) endorses Rookie Father. It brings me great pleasure to share another endorsement for my forthcoming book, Rookie Father, by renowned author, Lenore Skenazy. Here is her complete endorsement, which is featured within the book’s details across online book... Continue Reading →
Make every single one of them count. The most ironic thing I’ve witnessed this summer is observing how busy everyone has become over the past six months. The pandemic, which had a chokehold on humanity last summer, has been tamed from the help of vaccines. To make an analogy between then and now, it seems... Continue Reading →
Rookie Father receives its first official endorsement from Lisa Sugarman, author of How to Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids, and nationally-syndicated columnis
The publisher has made Rookie Father available for pre-orders across a number of respected online retailers. It brings me great pleasure to announce that Rookie Father, slated for release in January of 2022, is available for pre-order via the online retailers further below. In future posts we will share the endorsements Rookie Father has received... Continue Reading →
A year and a half after starting my blog, I reflect on the most popular stories and where it netted out - with a book deal.
A 'Bueller Day' with your kids represent the perfect antidote to the pandemic. With life opening back up, here are some humble suggestions.
In a world beset by impatient adults waiting for vaccines, a dad takes another stab as a gardener, despite having a gardening IQ on par with the vegetables themselves.
The best gift to give your husband or dad is one that does not suck. Here are some great ideas oriented around what I call 'Boomerang' gifts.
Parents face the unenviable task of deciding if and when their kids can enjoy playdates for the first time in months. This unofficial guide provides a criteria for parents to consider.
A drum-oholic father passes along a family tradition, and by doing so provides his son with the reward of a life lesson—help others when others need it most.
Kids are biking; strollers seem to be everywhere; parents and college kids are outside and enjoying the warmer weather. Let’s use this shared experience as a springboard to liberate kids (after Convid-19) so they can enjoy their neighborhoods without fear.
Social Isolation and distancing, in the parenting world, comes with trade-offs. If your kids are encroaching on the rules during this social-isolation era, provide humorous lessons to maintain law and order… always!
Some innovative moms in my hometown came up with the idea of starting a pen-pal mailbox for kids… and it’s genius.