I love the conditions my dad created to support me.
When a week with so much diversity of experience ends, you feel like you have lived an entire lifetime.
We’ve all had more teachers, coaches, and examples than we realize — until we REALLY need the lessons they’ve been offering.
We uncovered some surprises (hairstyles, really?) and solidified some of what we already knew.
How I manage my days as a stay-at-home digital nomad dad who just moved his family to a new country.
How a location-independent entrepreneur family found everything they needed to come home to a place they’d never been before.
Maybe failing in service of learning is actually a win.
In one sense, it is easy to be a parent. Just keep your kid fed, rested, and loved. On the other hand …
When you are a biologist, a baby is your very own scientific curiosity.
Baby Axel gets to meet his great grandparents in Appalachia and his dad is reminded of how different things are now.
I knew I was going to be a good dad because I like puns.
How much of our need for self expression is from our culture of individuality?
Sometimes I’m jealous of the special bond between mother and baby.
It’s the sweetest sound your baby will hear, for the rest of his life.
Babies are learning every minute of the day. You can too. It’s all about creating the right conditions.
Sometimes people just need a parent’s love.