Thanks to your suggestions, we found another stay-at-home Dad doing it right. Take a look at how he cleverly captures the day to day endeavors of raising a child… on Post-Its.
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Raising kids lends itself to us finding some way to explain why we have lost ours minds. I’m just sayin’ is our way of bringing order (or at least a moderately thought out draft) to the chaos. Here is a look inside our brains, it’s your fault for looking. We are not experts… nor writers… nor comedians…nor writers.
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. This is a collection of thoughts, pictures and whatever strikes us as funny throughout our days.
Do It Yourself
Projects around the house for saving a bit of cash, making something cool, and making your spouse happy that her man can do stuff. We are not experts… nor Tim Taylor.
Truth is guys, when you go from two incomes to one, you have to find ways to cut corners. A great place to do that is the kitchen. I know, some of you are Bobby Flay and do not need any of this. This is for you fine gentlemen that prefer a chef of the Boyardee persuasion. We are not experts… nor chefs.
You may ask yourself, “What could these guys possibly have to learn?”… a lot! These are the blogs, articles, and encouraging things we find that help each other.
This blog is for dads who stay-at-home, are considering staying at home, work part or full time, or just anybody looking for a laugh; we want to help cultivate this growing dad community.
We are not “Mr. Mom,” so we do our best at being just a dad. It is a full time job. Twenty-four hours a day. Seven days a week.
**Disclaimer** We are not experts.