Guest Post: Pregnancy, Pain And Hope

Not too far from my house, inside the city limits of Loganville, there’s a street that looks rather rundown. A mixture of houses and mobile homes line the sides of this street, and when you drive down it with someone who’s never seen it, you can almost feel the uncertainty that suddenly takes over. It’s… Continue reading Guest Post: Pregnancy, Pain And Hope

For Moms…(From The Grateful Dad)

You’re tired by 1:30 PM because you’ve been trying to keep up with a toddler since 6:30 AM. You struggle to keep both the checkbook and the housework in balance. You struggle with your self-esteem while trying to show a little girl how to be a confident woman. You wonder where you fit in the… Continue reading For Moms…(From The Grateful Dad)

Guest Post: Cancer, Childbirth And One Tough Mother…

There are some stories that just deserve to be told over and over again. My wife’s family has had some real battles with cancer over the last three years, with my wife opting to have a preventative double mastectomy to hopefully eliminate her chances for breast cancer. So when you hear a story of someone… Continue reading Guest Post: Cancer, Childbirth And One Tough Mother…

Disciplining My Child Through “Criminal Minds”

There are times when fatherhood really bites. Sure, most people want to hear about the glorious poetic moments that make people reach for the Kleenex or look back longingly at their child’s baby pictures, but those moments don’t tell the whole tale. If every part of fatherhood was sunshine and sundaes, men wouldn’t build massive… Continue reading Disciplining My Child Through “Criminal Minds”

Osama Bin Laden Is Dead. Does It Matter?

I know this is shameful pandering to a current event, but I can’ t help but ask: Does it really make a difference that Osama Bin Laden is dead? Yes, for the families left devastated after 9/11, closure is a good thing. And for those who vowed to serve and fight for justice for those