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.
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: