Author Archive: Robb J
Stuck somewhere in the middle of a paradigm shift and the status quo, Robb J. is a 41-year-old, single dad who likes swimming in the deep end without the use of floaties. Born and raised in small community in central Indiana (and living in the fame and popularity shadow of brunette cheerleaders who were a year older), he lives his life with small town values, while never taking himself or life’s daily dilemmas too serious.
I recently hit the one year anniversary of my first blog post on Prime Parents Club–my first year of being a blogger. I was trying to think of a good topic to cover to mark the anniversary. Instead of covering just a single topic, I thought it would be fun to do some follow-up on a [...]
One glance in my direction and you wouldn’t say to yourself, “Man, that guy needs to start eating.” Instead, you might mumble “It sure wouldn’t hurt him to mix in a salad or two!” It’s no secret that I enjoy eating. Often, TOO much. I try to eat healthy and set a good example [...]
About this time every year, The Great Debate begins. No, I’m not talking about what kind of flowers I want to plant. Nor am I talking about who I think will be the candidates in this year’s election. I am talking about the spring break destination. Growing up, my family was not a big spring break trip [...]
(An excerpt from a recent conversation with my youngest daughter.) ME: Hey M., Come here. We need to talk for a minute. HER: What’s up Daddio? ME: What is your text limit per month? HER: You raised it to 900, remember? ME: Yes, I remember. Take a guess what number you’re at now, even with [...]
Recently, my daughter and I were out shopping for a new chair for our computer desk at home. While browsing through the selection at the office supply store, a nice, fine, young salesman approached and asked if he could help us. I replied, “Just looking for a new chair for my computer workstation at home, [...]