Kyle Belanger | Author Archive
Kyle knows he was cut out for this father thing. He just didn’t know how freaking hard it would be – all the time. Proud father to three children (in order: one deceased, one adopted and one biological), Kyle is constantly navigating the worlds between actively grieving and openly gloating. He is convinced that his left-handed 5-year-old is destined for a career as a relief pitcher, and is proactively counseling his youngest in the art of surrendering in sibling rivalry. He is also a journalism professor and an afternoon sports talk radio host. But none of that matters as much as the alphabet, potty and crock-pot ninja work he loves the most.
Ben Larsen | Author Archive
Ben still remembers the feeling of dejected, empty and utter hopelessness upon hearing the words. “Congratulations, you’re going to have a baby girl.” Not only did he already have his son’s baseball career planned out, Ben had absolutely no clue how to care for a baby girl, or worse, one of those terrifying teenage girls. But Ben did have a skill set that would prove to come in handy. He knew how to love. And, lucky for him, that’s half the battle in parenting — especially in his rambunctious little girl. The other half? He’s still figuring that out. But the love thing, yeah that counts for something.
Brian Campbell | Author Archive
Brian believes that parenting begins at conception, but is open to suggestions on how to navigate it from there. He is a web editor by day, father of miraculous five-year-old twin sons by night and loving husband in between. While every day as a Dad makes him feel like he’s doing it for the first time, there is one thing he is assured of: We’re not getting any of this time with our kids back, so the most important part of being there for them is simply just that — being there. Don’t miss a thing, Dude.