Exposed

I think most, if not all parents have struggled at one point in time or another to get their toddler or preschooler to eat new foods. ...

MS Read-a-Thon

Where are my readers at? If you’re following my social media accounts, with my endless, character capped captions and links to even more...

2021 Twenty: 20 Minute Memories

The next goal that I want to add to my list of twenty is to create daily, 20-minute memories with my kids. This was a brilliant concept...

Christmas Baking

On the list of my Top 10 Pet Peeves is going to a recipe blog and having to “read” (aka: scroll as fast as possible) for seventeen...

Hit With a Snowball

Have you ever had “one of those days”? You know... the days where you feel like every which way you turn, you get hit with another...

Running Out of Gas

When was the last time you ran out of gas?  And also, when was the last time your VEHICLE ran out of gas?!?  For me… both occurred today....

Presence Is Better Than Presents

What do you get Dad for Father’s Day? Finding that perfect gift is always a daunting task. I know this to be true because I don’t even...

Grab Your Toolbox

“Daddy, what needs fixing?” is what I think Ethan said as he dropped to the floor and opened his toolbox in front of me. Imaginative play...

Flipped, Turned Upside Down

Now this is a story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside down. I think most special needs parents can relate to that famous...

Dad Blogger of the Year

The voting for the Dad Blogger of the Year has begun, and once again I am so excited and grateful to have even been nominated! Writing...

The Invisible Iceberg

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is often described as an invisible illness or the "iceberg disease". It is one of the analogies I like best. ...

May Long Weekend

May long weekend in Canada is always a significant long weekend as it is seen by most as the unofficial start to summer. People pack up...

Standing on Your Head

When was the last time your stood on your head? For my three-year-old Autistic son, this is how he sees life the clearest.

Okay Daddy... I Fix!

“Daddy, what needs fixing?” is what I think Ethan was saying as he dropped to the floor and opened his tool kit in front of me....

My Selfish Form of Self Care

Did you know that only 13% of the photos on MY OWN Instagram account from last year are of (just) me? And of those 23 pictures, 35% of...

2020 Twenty: Become an Advocate

I've seen this day approaching now for a couple of months. Today, January 15th is our D-Day for Madison. D-Day is the diagnosis day for...