Time to do my annual look back, and let the record show I did technically start this before February (in case I don’t actually finish it tonight). 2016 came and went even faster than 2015, and in a popular culture sense, that was fine, as it was a real crappy year. Personally though, Avery kept getting bigger and funnier and crazier. It’s been the blessing of my life to watch.. Read More
Well, it’s February, so I should probably post my annual look back at the previous year. Go figure, I actually thought over New Year’s Weekend “oh, I could get a start on my year in review post!” And then I decided to have dinner instead. And then it was February. 2015 came and went so quickly it seems. I suppose that’s what happens when you’re living your life and juggling.. Read More
This past Wednesday, my grandfather Ty Cobb Wallace (better known as Bomp) left this world, less than a month shy of his 96th birthday. He always told me that he wanted to live until he was 120 where to buy Phentermine US and be shot by a jealous husband. While he didn’t quite make it that long, I’m convinced he stuck around these last couple years because he wanted to.. Read More
A special look back at all the memories and outtakes from Season 1 of Daddy Diaries. Cheers!
My continuing adventures of being a Dad. This time I discuss first birthdays, snacks, developing a sense of humor, almost walking, and being lucky.
My 11th installment in which I talk about appreciating your parents, crawling and sitting up on our own, and George Clooney.
My continuing adventures in Fatherhood in which I cover some tunes from Avery’s toys and talk about staying the same after having a baby.
I play a song I wrote for Avery and make all of you cry (as well as myself several times while editing this).
Another Daddy Diaries in which I talk about baby core exercises, how babies are like pets but not, and repeating ourselves when talking to Avery, that’s right repeating ourselves when talking to Avery.
The 7th installment of my Daddy Diaries in which I talk about smiling, baby expectations, and Avery’s neurotic energy that she seems to have inherited from Daddy.