Thursday, April 16, 2009


You know what, I don't even know how I find these sites anymore. I guess it started with one site linking to another, then another, then I followed some comments and found other sites . . . and before I knew it I landed at Looky, Daddy!

What did you do before you became a stay-at-home dad?

I taught middle-school Algebra. It's one of the few professions in the world that makes raising kids seem preferable.

I don't know what else to write, because everything I write, this guy can write better. It's a really funny blog, and it's touching, and it's full of love, and it's politically correct (in the sense that his politics are correct), and he writes things like that sentence below, which is honest and real and painful while being funny and accepting and taking things in perspective (because what else can you do?) at the same time.

Last year we discovered she had epilepsy, which was very rude of her but what can you do? Kids today have to have hobbies.

He's so funny, I might even forgive him for having a Twitter account and a Blogher ad. I don't get Twitter.

I looked fora while for a picture of his children, and only managed to come up with his daughter's self portrait.

Looky, Daddy!But then I found this one.





  1. Thanks! I'm honored for the profile. Honored and wholly undeserving. But at least it does give me more fodder for my "people on the Internet like me more than my wife" file.

  2. What nice (and true) things you have said about my hubby! Thanks. As for Twitter, it's a way for me to know what's going on--with 3 jabber-y kids, we don't chit chat as much I would like. ;-)

  3. Brian, cool. Glad you liked it. My wife has been going through a few blog-related stages. Scorn was one of them. Then anger. Acceptance. Regret.

    Just joking about the regret.

    Looky Mama, see, my wife (at least at first) thought blogging was ridiculous, but at the same time she was collecting friends on MySpace (now she's on Facebook, of course). Thankfully, we can come together and make fun of Twitter. Twitter-scorn keeps us together.

  4. Thanks for dropping your Entrecard. It brought me to your site, which I really like! I have dropped my card just now.

    I am grabbing your button too. :-)

  5. Thank you for that. Hope you stick around.



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