I’m a New Hampshire native but moved away for 10 years to Southern California before I came back. It was there that I met my beautiful wife and discovered my passion for running. We moved to New Hampshire in 2013 to start a family and wasted no time. By the end of 2015, what started as a family of 2 with 2 dogs quickly became a family of 4 with 2 dogs. Basically, I’m ruled by women, even the dogs are females. Little Bear is my oldest (B: 2014) and Speedy is our newest addition (B: 2015). They are 15-months apart, but many mistaken them for twins since Speedy is a giant, topping the charts at 99 percentile across the board.
I became a stay-at-home dad in 2016 and its one job that definitely has its learning curve. Not so much in the aspect of being a dad, but being a home maker. Its a challenge most days, especially when I am an adult with ADD. I’m also trying to get back into running and lose the pregnancy weight I gained since 2014. Another challenge being a stay-at-home dad is being in a mom’s world. So this is my story about my life, as a stay-at-home dad and a runner as I further emerge myself into a world that is geared toward the moms and the goals that Little Bear, Speedy and I are running after.