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A Letter to My Brother

Well its raining outside and the weather is finally starting to cool as October continues to lead to November. At this time I'm at work and as you know when you are usually at work we tend to work as well as daydream and think about things.

Its crazy to see how much time we spend thinking about the events and things going on in our personal lives rather than work.

For most of us (myself included) we begin to think about our families and problems we need to take care of. Some problems can be taken care of immediately while others take time after frustrating time.

One of those frustrations has to do with you my younger brother. The man who thinks has totally disrespected his older brother because of something his Wife did to me. I never thought i would see the day that you would turn your back on me. Your older brother the man that took care of you, fed you and changed your dirty diapers. I did those things at a young age to help our Mother.

Yet you went and thought you could go ove…

Holy Crap! I became a Father to a Baby Girl!

This is the story of a man who finally had to realize that he needed to start taking his life seriously!
Several years ago I got married to my now Wife. During that time we had loads of fun! We traveled, went out dancing and eating. 
Life was good and I did not have a care in the world!
I used to think about how married people complained so much about the responsibility you have to accept when you get married. Since my life was going good I figured those people were just crazy and angry.
They probably married the wrong person which is why their relationship sucked which is what I thought at the time.
Then the bomb was dropped!
My wife became Pregnant with our child. I remember when she told me about it how happy I was but deep inside it felt like a large boulder fell on my head! 
Like most people I ignored the problem.
But as the baby grew larger and larger and she began to show I started to become paranoid! I started to wonder if I had what it takes to be a good Father. My mind was racing wi…