You could always buy a Valentine card at the drugstore for your spouse, but that's so impersonal. I am a stay-at-home dad of two young boys. My wife is a flight attendant and leaves me on my own with our boys for days at a time while she travels the friendly skies. My boys and I greatly appreciate the sacrifice she makes every time she goes to work, so that we can have a parent at home with our children. This Valentine’s Day, my wife will be working in the morning, but will be able to make it home for a special dinner with me. I want to do something special for my Valentine and do … [Read more...]
What is love? That was one of the many questions the children of some of our NYC Dad Group members tackled in a special web segment "Valentine's Day: How do you know when you're in love? These kids have the cutest Valentine's Day advice" for NBC's Today morning show. Check it out below: Special thanks to NYC Dads Group dudes Garett Ewald, Jason Greene, Greg Jobson-Larkin, Sydney Li, Greg Kessler, Arvind Ramnami, Will Schror and Lance Somerfeld for letting your children appear in this video. … [Read more...]
I like playing the random “Feeling Lucky” music mixes off my Google Cloud when I'm home alone with my 3-year-old. She loves pretending to sing and dances hard to the music.
A classic rock mix of CSN, Dire Straits, Supertramp and a little Fleetwood Mac come on today. I hadn't listened to most of those song in years and it took me back. My daughter perked up as I sang to her, giggling and getting playful. I turned her upside down for a huge belly laugh and, as I was bringing her back up, I looked at her laughing, … [Read more...]