Five Years…we miss you Lukas

It is hard to believe that it has been 5 years since our first son, Lukas was born still. I can still hear the echo of the doctor’s voice when we were told there was no heartbeat and I remember nearly every aspect of the three days that would follow. Without a doubt the hardest…

What My Toddler Has Taught Me About Business – Everyone Loves a Routine

So over the past 15 years of working in the non-profit world, advertising agencies, freelancing, consulting and now working with a large web development firm I have had the privilege of dealing with a lot of business relationships. Whether they are internal with co-workers, external with clients or vendors, or even working with customers buying…

Successfully Working from Home Can be Tricky

I have worked from home full or part-time for the past 7(ish) years and I have learned a lot about how to be successful working in the same location you eat, sleep, watch TV, and play. A lot of people think working from home would be the best thing ever…while others are terrified of the…

Potty Training, A One-Eyed Dog and Garth Brooks

It has been quite a week. My wife and I have been (impatiently) waiting on Ian to become interested in potty training. All of our friends have warned us about boys being difficult, and they have said it would just all of a sudden take hold. Well they were right…sort of. Potty training is at…

Deuces 2014

2014 was quite the year for the Moore family. As Ian turned two we got to experience a lot of firsts for him through his eyes. Those things as adults we take for granted, maybe even annoying were met by him with anticipation, excitement and splendor. Our little man is developing a fun-loving personality while…