Parenting

Fit Fathers

I have a conflicted relationship with regular exercise. It’s good for me. It makes me feel good. I do not like it.  I would very much rather take up a team sport or something, but that comes with the issue of having to deal with other people, which I try Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Internet Stuff

Security Update

Last night, I received an email from Facebook saying that I had registered using a particular email address.  I checked out everything with the email (all the links were directed to Facebook.com, the sender was Facebookmail.com [I verified that that’s Facebook’s sending domain], and the text of the email as Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Parenting

Smarts

Every parent wants their child to be smart, but I really think the majority of smarts is really just hard work. I was a precocious child.  I took to new words easily. I read readily.  Math was initially very easy, but I didn’t have a lot of patience for it. Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
LGBT Stuff

Be True to Yourself

[fvplayer src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOXKf_nPWpk”] This is such a cute, heart-warming video. It’s also brings up a lot of conflicting feelings for me. I came out of the closet in college.  I actually had to first admit it to myself and then tell my friends.  It was one of the most difficult things Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Our Journey

So Flippin’ Excited

I was in the shower this morning thinking about what it will be like when our baby arrives.  It’s going to suck. And I am so flippin’ excited about it. Our baby app says that she’s the size of a coconut this week, but the doctor says that she’s measuring Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Uncategorized

Vacation Refresh

Husby and I made a VERY relaxing trip to Texas over this past week.  We’re both fortunate to work for companies that shut down for the week of US Independence Day, so we stayed with some friends and spent the majority of the week floating around in their pool. Miracle Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
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