I’m a new dad of a daughter, London, born over three months early. She called the NICU home for 109 days. This blog is about that experience. It’s also about being a stay-at-home dad (SAHD). Thank you for visiting. If you’d like to read about the night of London’s unexpected arrival, I have linked to that story, in all its thirteen parts (don’t worry, they’re short), below.
If you’re still reading, here is more about me…
I received my undergrad degree in English at the University of Wyoming. At Wyoming, I swam for four years, specializing in sprint freestyle and backstroke. A year after graduating, I married my amazing wife and we moved to Milwaukee.
During our time in Wisconsin I coached swimming at UW-Milwaukee, fell in love with that slice of the upper Midwest, and drank Alterra coffee as much as possible (now known as Colectivo Coffee).
After three years in MKE, we moved back to Colorado, settling in Denver. I returned to school to receive an MA in International Studies from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. After graduation I worked as a freelance writer while looking for employment in my field in the Denver area. Then London arrived very early and it was clear to her mom and I that I would be the one staying home with her for the foreseeable future.
Thanks for reading and visiting the blog.