Brad the Dad

Enjoy a unique, fresh and entertaining perspective on parenting as Brad the Dad learns what it takes to raise 2 boys in today's world. #DadsRT co-founder.

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A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words


Every once and a while I'm prone to writing what I call a "selfish post." Meaning, that as much as I believe people will enjoy reading what I write, … [Read more...]

Behind the Bench: It’s All About Having Fun


Even when I first started coaching hockey way back when (last year), I had the sense that making sure my kids were always having fun should be at the … [Read more...]

How Career Change Can Impact Parenthood


I turned my world upside down recently, my wife and I both did actually. We both started new jobs this year, and more specifically, new careers. My … [Read more...]

Of Taste and Family: Made for Each Other


  "Ran Off in the Night" -- Echosmith: … [Read more...]

The Story of Grem and Acer


They were cars. Two lemons to be exact. Two lemons of little note. Exactly the way the two of them wanted it. For the most part... "What do I … [Read more...]

What Are You Responsible For?


Dads Round Table is one of the answers to that question. I was fortunate enough to be asked to join the #DadsRT project in its very early stages -- … [Read more...]

RTD: Waking the Creative Mind


I took my boys to the Children's Museum in Boston this weekend and it got me thinking once again about something that doesn't come naturally to me -- … [Read more...]

RTD: Pools Rule with Pool Rules


Summer = water. And while many of us will hit the beach multiple times during the school break, my guess is that the majority of our time spent in … [Read more...]

RTD: Memorial Day Wrap-up, Summer Plans, Open Mic


While the official day (and weekend) for honoring and remembering the service men and women who gave their lives for the United States and the … [Read more...]

Confessions of the Lost: Her Fight in the Snow

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She crouched behind the crumbled remnants of an old, stone wall and waited. She could hear them breathing, hear the slight movements of their hands … [Read more...]