Month: January 2016

Book Review – Thirty Million Words

If I could only remember the source of the referral, I would shake that person’s hand, or at least electronically elicit the same gratitude. Thirty Million Words has been one of the most informative and genuine books that I’ve read with regards to engaging with your child. By this, I mean that the true beauty of this book is in it’s… Read more →

Guest Blogger – “We’re Doing This?” by Heroic Dad

Here at Hello, My Name is Dad, we look forward to the opportunities to share other Dad’s voices and experiences, and with that I introduce to you our new Guest Blogger series. First out the gate is dad and blogger, Brandyn Shoemaker. Brandyn is the founder of Heroic Dad, a platform that connects fathers from all over the world to… Read more →

His and Her’s Nervous Breakdowns – How Not to Sleep Train a Baby

Here’s a term for you: “Sleep Regression” Ever heard of it? Neither had we, yet they happen at 4 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months, and apparently straight through to 2 years’ of age. Now you’ll have to pardon my french, but how the fuck was that not something that we would have read about at this point? I truly… Read more →

100 Days of Charlee

It has been far too long since I’ve posted a written entry – I’ll blame the holidays for that one! With that being said, we’ve had a great holiday season with Charlee! Here she is doing her best festive pose: December 26, also known as boxing day, came  and went and technically marked Charlee’s 100 days. In several Asian cultures, celebrating 100… Read more →