Tag: Father’s Day

  • Star Wars | I Am Your Father’s Day

    Star Wars | I Am Your Father’s Day

    Last updated on February 6th, 2024 at 11:52 am “Your father? I am your father.” Darth Vader’s classic line from The Empire Strikes Back has been quoted, misquoted, and referenced every which way since its first utterance in 1980. But you’ve never seen a take on it quite like this—taking a fatherhood reveal that makes…

  • Happy Father’s Day from Tile!

    Happy Father’s Day from Tile!

    Last updated on February 7th, 2024 at 11:44 pmOur Tile family’s grown significantly since last we crossed paths, tracking far more than just our car keys now! With a new Tile Mate four-pack keeping track of our house keys, additional car key, and Sarah’s purse (well, the one that matters most, anyway), it makes getting out the front…

  • Dove Men+Care | “There to Care”

    Dove Men+Care | “There to Care”

    Last updated on February 6th, 2024 at 11:15 pmFamily’s a funny thing. We don’t choose the families we’re born into, yet in many cases, we learn to love them for the people they are and forge our bonds over time. And then you have the families we create ourselves, learning to love them in an…

  • The Globe and Mail | Father’s Day Special

    The Globe and Mail | Father’s Day Special

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 03:06 amIt’s been a busy summer, y’all. After time spent everywhere from the Toronto Islands and Lake Simcoe all the way to Mexico, the juggling act between the #BloggerLife, the family, and a pile of paperwork that’s multiplying faster than a herd of rabbits has been an intense…

  • Pampers #ThanksBaby Twitter Party for Father’s Day!

    Pampers #ThanksBaby Twitter Party for Father’s Day!

    Last updated on February 4th, 2024 at 10:13 pmWith Father’s Day on the approach, I’ve found myself thinking about fatherhood and everything I’ve learned about this lifestyle so far. It’s far different now than it’s ever been before—when writing this post, I’d been thinking on what it must’ve been like to raise kids in 1916,…