Yesterday, my wife and I were talking outside the RV while our daughter napped. The topic of conversation was life. Specifically, “what do you want life to look like?”
It’s an awkward conversation to have without talking about money. In years past, we […]
“You can be tired after the game” I must have said it a million times already, to my boys and the kids I coach. We are just wrapping up the football season, and I hope if we have taught the kids anything is to work hard and be resilient.
I remember the first full pads practice a […]
The most positive thing we can do in our children’s lives is, to be honest with them. As parents, we always want our kids to be happy, be positive and have a great outlook on life. As a coach, I can see a different side that I would never get to see as just a dad. Most […]
I thought I was persistent, and then I had my youngest child Alonzo. Ever since he was a baby he was the most relentless and stubborn person I have ever met in my life. We claim that he finally slept through the night when he was four, but he is eight and still there are nights […]
If you’re like me you’ll be reading this with your trousers (pants) around your ankles, an imaginary Hamlet cigar on the go and a gradually fading pneumatic thud from the bathroom door. It’s not getting quieter, Your just getting better at zoning it out. I am a full time dad with a full time job. That […]
By Stephanie Lowry (SIC Mama)
As a mother of five with Italian heritage, I feel an immense need to instill family values and deepen my children’s understanding of the roots in which they are planted.
A truly memorable and engaging way we accomplish this is by taking trips down memory lane… literally.