Our children are not born with manuals and the Journey of Fatherhood doesn’t necessarily come with a “map.” There are challenges, twists, and turns along the way.
As much as we truly enjoy our children and being a father, we tend to internalize our struggles. When we do that, we get distracted and stressed out. As a result, we do not enjoy the Journey of being a Dad as much as we would really like to.
I am not a psychologist. I am not a counselor in family dynamics. I don’t have any accolades behind my name.
I am like you.
I have an awesome wife and 4 amazing boys (Ethan-12, Mason-10, Lawson-4, and Colton-2).
I am an everyday dad trying to do the best job I can. I just want to be the best version of myself so I can guide my kids to be the best version of themselves.
My story and passion for being a father is a bit unique.
I grew up virtually in “fatherless environment” for most of my life. In fact, I didn’t meet my real father until I was 30 years old. As fate would have it, our paths crossed when he walked into a coffee shop eight years ago. I am happy to say we have a great relationship now and spend a great deal of time together.
It was really through my own childhood struggles that I realized my true passion for being a dad.