Fables, Fantasy, Faith

Defending Marriage

Defending Marriage

I read a lot.  It can’t be helped.  I am constantly browsing through different articles, stories and blogs. It keeps me pithy and makes for great ammunition when writing. Generally, I avoid commenting on the posts that I read.  I am not going to change anyone’s mind on a comment thread.  However, there comes a… Continue Reading

Shots, Pain and Suffering with Your Child

I’ve had a few expecting fathers ask me what I thought was the hardest part during delivery.  Depending on the time of day or my mood, my answer can vary, but I think the answer I give most is watching my son get his shots.  He had just stopped crying and whimpering from labor and… Continue Reading

Five Steps to Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

Looking back, I don’t think I’ve ever had a successful new year’s resolution. I’ve set health  and self-improvement goals only to have them forgotten. I only remember them the following year when I sit down to write down my new list of resolutions. That being said, I can understand if I’ve already lost your confidence,… Continue Reading

Back in Business

Back in Business

Thanks for your patience as we get this site up and running again.  Websterville Design has done an incredible job and I’m super excited to have this newly renovate site to share with everyone.  With a brand new book released this week, a 2nd edition soon to follow, Christmas in a few days, and a… Continue Reading

Remembering Christ this Christmas Season

Remembering Christ this Christmas Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I find this little lyric hard to believe. It has been mentioned on this blog before that I love to people watch. Christmas is the penultimate people watching holiday of the year and it makes for some dramatic scenarios.  You know what I am talking about.  There… Continue Reading

Website Face Lift

Website Face Lift

In the near future things should start looking different around here. The Stay@Home Dad and Karr Street Word Smithy blogs are currently undergoing a redesign.  A big thanks to Websterville Design for taking on the job. Continue Reading