Devlin is turning a year in a few weeks. I thought it would a good time to look back at the first year and my life as a stay-at-home Dad. Over the next month, I will look back at becoming a stay-at-home dad, working for your wife, and our day-to-day routine.
But first, an overview.
The following post came as a suggestion from a Twitter friend after I made a joke about becoming a mommy blogger. I don’t plan on giving up on gaming posts quite yet. However, there is probably good money on the daddy blogger side of things.
Stay-at-Home Dad: A to Z
A is for Amazon: Oh, how I love Amazon. Subscribe & Save could be my favorite thing on the internet. Yes, there is some management involved, but it saves me leaving the house, I don’t overspend, and we have just only what we need. Additionally, any Amazon link in this post is an affiliate link. Thanks for your support.
B is for Baby-wearing: Since the moment he was old enough, Devlin has slept on me. We started in a Boba. Now, he naps in the Lille Baby. He can sleep on his own, but he gets deep sleep this way. Whatever works, right?
C is for Chatbooks: To make documenting his first year simple, we have been using Chatbooks. Their App makes it simple to select the photos we want, order a book, and have it sent directly to the house. We have been making a book for every three weeks of his life (we take a lot of pictures) and making notes beside each photo. It is a great alternative to scrapbooking or complicated photo books. If you want to try them out, get your first book of a series free, and help us out with a $5 credit for the referral, you can click here all the information.
D is for Devlin: Because, without the kid, there is no list.