Hey everyone! My name is Jeremy.

First of all, thank you for taking time out of your day to visit my blog. I truly hope you enjoy what you read, maybe laugh a little, maybe learn a little, and maybe even think a little.

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I like to think of myself as a forever student of life. I am a 38 year-old installation specialist in the Kansas City area. I married at the age of twenty, and was divorced by the age of 24. From that failed marriage, two of my best friends emerged. Ashleigh, 17, is the oldest. Taralynn, 14, was the little sister for a long time. I remarried a few years ago. Unfortunately, we were unable to maintain our marriage, and we were recently divorced. We spent some time apart, and after a couple years have taken another chance on each other, and rekindled our relationship. It’s been three years since we said “I do,” for the second time. Not all things go as we plan in life, and my second marriage is a perfect example of that. Out of our relationship, came three very special ladies. Ella is 8, and Audrey is 7. Recently, my wife and I added a new little girl to the family. Her name is Ivey, and she’s almost 2. These new additions and recent splitting up of and rekindling of our family have put quite the strain on my father/daughter relationship with my oldest two daughters. Sometimes, it is easiest for me to write out how I feel about that.

In general, we all lead very different lives, yet they all end up pretty much the same way. The paths we have chosen are unique to us and us alone. That is my reason for writing this blog. I’ve made a decision way back when I was a wee lad (OK, OK—back when I was around 20(ish) that I would become a father.

Little did I know way back in 2000 that within the next ten years I would do it 4 times more! It’s been a blessing just as much as sometimes it’s been hell. My kids mean the absolute world to me, and I hope you realize that as you read through my blogs. Basically, they are about taking care of yourself mentally. This blog is about learning about yourself, just as much as it is for me to learn about MYself. The journey of fatherhood begins here…

I hope you enjoy your visit!


13 thoughts on “About

  1. To my boy JB and BC…I mean BB. I really enjoy your blogs. You remind me of my Father, just more vocal and expressive. I’m glad she found you.

  2. I’m a dad of four girls too just went to the echo today and been told it’s a girl 🙂 nice blog, nice to know I’m not alone I’m 33 we’re pretty much the same age my oldest daughter is 10 and then the next one 9 (previous relation) and the little one is 3 1/2 now my partner is pregnant of a baby a girl lol.

  3. I just wanted to stop by and say that I find your blog very interesting, eye-opening, honest and all the other positive adjectives that suggest what you have to say is intriguing. I am a mother of 2 girls, but I appreciate the fact that you love your daughters and aren’t afraid to show it, while also keeping things really real. I wish you the best. I’ll continue to follow. Thanks!

  4. Jeremy, I too have 4 daughters. 2 are mine (16 and 11) and 2 step daughters (14 yr old twins). I loved your letter to the future father in law. Email me directly. Would love to connect.

  5. I think you have a great approach to life. How amazing that you take such and active part in your baby girl’s lives. Too many people don’t take the opportunity to learn from their kids and turn something that might have been negative (the relationships) and seeing the blessings that came from both relationships. I plan to continue to follow your blog and enjoy your stories. Thanks for sharing your family with us.

  6. Wow! Thanks for sharing your life with us …. Just know that you are blessed (with 4 beautiful daughters, you must be!). I wish you a long live filled with lots of love an prosperity 🙂

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