I’m so big in Canada right now 🇨🇦🍁🏒

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I had a great chat with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Nora Young on Spark about quantified babies and a data driven approach to…

Turkey with twins: finding the true Thanksgiving spirit

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One day we would have a family Thanksgiving like in a John Hughes movie. I pledged this to myself. Like Clark Griswold in Christmas…

Not a vacation: lessons from six weeks of solo paternity leave

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My six weeks of paternity leave are ending. It somehow both feels like a lifetime and the blink of an eye. I’m so incredibly grateful to my…

What to do when you run out of children’s songs

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If you are anything like me, you can only seem to hold three or four children’s songs in your head at any time. I can’t stand listening to…

Brewing between bottles and diapers: The humorous, definitive guide to brewing with infants

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You may think that brewing a beer, much like a full night’s sleep or going out for a nice moderately priced seven course dinner just isn’t…

How to travel with twin infants, toddlers, and a dog, and remain sane

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Travel with four kids under four

Hacking my infant twins’ sleep with machine learning and data science

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A month ago, I tried A/B testing to see how different “treatments” or input parameters might result in longer sleep for our twins — and of…

How to choose a daycare

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After months or weeks of worrying about keeping your new baby alive, imposing sleep schedules, tracking feedings, learning which toys and…

Dad on the Run’s first half marathon with twins: Runner’s World Half Marathon Race Recap

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The first race after having children will be tough. That is pretty much guaranteed. Due to reduced time to train, sleep deprivation and…

I bought my mother in law a Chromebook and it might have saved our marriage

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The year is 2007. A still ungrayed Barack Obama is just beginning to seek election. The iPhone is announced. The final Harry Potter book is…