The Author of Rookie Father shares an article he penned for Medium.com. Medium.com published an article I penned about fatherhood and how dads today have not been around this much since the dawn of the Industrial Era. I invite you to click on the link below or visual to enjoy the story. Cheers and wishing... Continue Reading →
My mother’s experience fighting leukemia resulted in a nine-day period of induced coma and intubation. For those who have grown weary of Covid restrictions and refuse to get vaccinated, this story may provide the proper motivation to do the right thing. If you have never spoken to someone who survived intubation, and yet you're weary... Continue Reading →
There's a consequence to the pandemic - kids today seem more attached than ever... clingy to the exteme! If this touches on your family experience, read on.
There’s no debate that 2020 was a dumpster fire. For any dad out there (or any human being for that matter), here’s a list of things to look forward to in 2021. Here are some things to look forward to next year, in no particular order, which is on par with life today given... Continue Reading →
To keep all generations safe from Covid-19, the onus is on us to speak up so we can better protect those at risk.
We're on the precipice of a cold and dark winter; the pandemic's darkest hours are around the corner. It’s up to us to face it head-on, make a plan, and come out on the other end stronger. Pick that chin up and enough of the G@d damn melancholy! It’s time to set our sights on... Continue Reading →
A Father’s lengthy job hunt dovetailed into the Springtime-Covid quarantine. The result - habits and concerns that do not equate to normal behavior. At a certain point, after you job hunt for ten months and then spend the next eight working from home, you are hit with a moment of clarity. You are not the... Continue Reading →
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.
The importance of family communication, in times of crisis, cannot be understated. Doing so with crazy Jim Carrey GIFS espouses something the written word alone cannot express.
Despite the fact our son has two ears and only one mouth, he has not mastered the skill to use them proportionately. Suggestions on how parents can maintain their sanity and keep the peace during the era of quarantine.
Stocked up on pasta for the quarantine? Why settle for boring red sauce and ‘spag.’ This traditional dish, Italy’s favorite, will make your (by now… somewhat annoying) immediate family very happy.
The Coronavirus has placed every family into uncharted waters. Dads need to step up, get out of their comfort zone, and play an active role… the kitchen represents the best place to start.
Some innovative moms in my hometown came up with the idea of starting a pen-pal mailbox for kids… and it’s genius.
A collective effort to tamp down the spread of the Coronavirus, among ALL members of the family provides an opportunity for parents to promote personal and community responsibility. Let’s embrace it so our kids are better prepared today and later in life.