Tag: Family

  • Ed Kraft, 1954-2016

    My uncle died yesterday. He was 62 years old. I must admit learning of his passing yesterday morning, I cried for the first time I can remember. True, actual sobbing. I’m sure it was ugly. I didn’t cry when my dad died—a random tear here or there during the immediate events and cry some more recently […]

  • Someone Going To Emergency

    Someone Going To Emergency

    As a freelancer, one of the most stressful parts of the job is the lack of a safety net. When life happens, there is no one else in the office to take on a little more work to keep projects flowing through the pipeline. Support requests are delayed. Deadlines are impacted. This weekend, the biggest […]

  • Now, 154,001

    Now, 154,001

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 154,000 married fathers care for their children under 15-years old at home full-time while the mothers worked outside of the home. Now, the number is 154,001. I am officially a stay-at-home dad, a stay-at-home father, a house dad, SAHD, househusband, a house-spouse. How? What? When? There are a number of […]