I wrote an essay for New York Magazine’s The Cut
all about loving sex with my wife after we had a baby. Life is good.
Read “I Never Enjoyed Sex Until I Took It Less Seriously: When my wife and I had a baby, all my planning fell apart — and I finally learned to be spontaneous.” Here.
Wrote a new fave for Wired. About Mendel’s Quest, AKA Angry Jew, and how games can help us heal. Read it here. Shout out to all the Mendels who have helped me in my life.
Boom. I’m in Esquire. About how when my son was born, my wife told me mothers have a natural bond with babies that men can never attain, and I decided I needed to compete for it. Read it here.
My essay just dropped on Human Parts, about how when my son took a liking to Tylenol, I became nervous. Addiction is hereditary. Read it here.
Note: I did not choose that picture. That kid is def not related to me. So much hair.
Here’s a fun piece I wrote for Parents Mag about how this marvelous cartoon defies gender norms and makes me proud to be a stay-at-home father.
Cardi B saved the world again! And I wrote about it for Tablet—here. (Our kiddos were born on the same day!)
The toughest moments in life often cause the greatest growth. I wouldn’t be the husband or father I am today if I didn’t survive my breakdown and put in the work.
Here‘s my latest for The Washington Post: