What parents can learn about emotional investment from dev/ops

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Devops, the software development methodology in which engineers are not only responsible for architecting and building software, but also infrastructure and operational tasks like fleet management, logging, and monitoring, can teach parents a lot about how to educate their children and be better partners in their development. In this process, developers take on additional roles and responsibilities from typical IT responsibilities in an effort to improve the end to end quality and speed of delivery […]

What I learned about the growth mindset from 400 interviews and how it’s helping me raise my kids

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400 interviews in 5.5 years. I would have never thought it was possible, especially after where I started. The previous 6 years, my only…

The 5 best breweries for parents in Northern New Jersey

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Chemistry, responsible behavior, socializing, and getting used to being out of the house and not the center of the universe, breweries have…

The 5 best child, infant, and stroller friendly hikes in Northern New Jersey

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Let’s face it, in 2017 you want to get outside and into nature more. With a stressful and often worrying 2016 out of the way, there’s no…

Parenting in 2020 — according to CES

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Hoverboards, jetpacks, and robots. These are some of the things parents in the past thought their kids might have. They were probably a bit…

You need more sleep in 2017

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Make sleep your New Year’s Resolution

New Moms, go get your groove back!

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The following is a guest post from my good friend Emily Baker. Emily is a new mom working through the struggles of balancing taking care of…

My baby stopped breathing

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At a month old, I thought I pretty much had life with the twins figured out. We still weren’t getting more than four hours of sleep at any…

Essential lessons the first week working with newborns at home

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I went back to work this week after two weeks off with our newborn twins. Everyone said before that life would change and boy did going…

The Good, Bad, and Ugly: What I’ve Learned in the First Two Weeks of Fatherhood

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Our identical twin boys, Axel and Anders turn two weeks old on Friday and in some ways, it feels much shorter, and in others, like sleeping…