Behind the scenes

Hi!

I’m Vic, if you’ve stumbled upon this site, we probably have something in common…we’re both trying to figure out the best way to raise a kid.  

Don’t feel bad, I sometimes find myself staring in the mirror too, wondering what the hell I’m doing.

So what is EatSleepDad.com about?  A parenting blog exploring what makes kids these days do what they do, say what they say, and feel what they…you guessed it, feel.  Here, I’ll share some fun stories, entertaining videos, and useful parenting tips to make sure I raise well-rounded kids.

This all started out as a journal of sorts.  I have notebooks full of random thoughts and ideas, I figured a website would be a solid place to write some of these stories so someday my kids can read what went on in their old man’s mind.  It somehow blossomed into a full on parenting and lifestyle blog.  Trust me, I initially didn’t even know what a blog was, I just wanted to write some life lessons and stories.

Parenting can be tough, there’s a lot of trial and error and “learning on the go”.  At the end of the day, it’s all about lessons, experiences, creating lasting memories.

If you’re a new parent, Congratulations, and sorry to bust your bubble, but it doesn’t get any easier once the kids come along.  If you find it does, I’ve got a few Benjamins with your name on it, in exchange for the secrets to life.

But you can do it!

My family and I like to get out of the house as much as possible and make each weekend our “weekend adventure time”, it’s how we stay sane.  Trust me, it works!

A little about Me:

My Hobbies: Family, traveling, good food, experiences, amateur photographer/videographer, read, draw, write, soccer, and dadding (is that a word?)

Favorite Places: My current home in Hawaii, but you can find Bali and Japan at the top.

On a weekend you can find me:  At the beach, flying my drone, snapping photos/videos, at the park with the kids, writing, reading, watching youtube tutorials (and fails).

Why a parent blog?: Having 3 kids, a passion for writing, helping others, and experimenting with new ideas…it just made too much sense.

What I’d most like to teach my kids: How to be financially smart, DIY projects, how to be respectful, hard work, and being genuinely good at heart.



If you’re anything like me, or you like what you’ve seen on the site so far, subscribe to the site and you’ll be the first to know when I’ve got something new to share with the world!

-Vic