Last year on August 14, 2017, I posted the first edition of this article that focussed on live streaming services as a way to watch your favorite college football team without the spending a boatload on satellite or cable. This article comes to you a little later than last year, but you still have about 3 days to sign up and start watching football. Check out the latest updates on each live streaming service (and the antenna) below.
Sometimes it's amazing to think that we have owned a home for 3 years. Not only is it amazing to think that we didn't have any kids just 3 years ago. It is amazing at how things can change. Since the purchase of our home, we have had two kids. It has been an amazing three years, so let's dig into the numbers!
As many of you may know, the month began with the delivery of our second little girl! We are both excited and as most people would expect a little sleep deprived. However, things are great at the Summit of Coin household. I have had a whole month off to enjoy great family time and we have all bonded. As of right now, my oldest is a huge daddy's girl.
Earlier this week, I was listening to one of my podcasts and an article was discussed. This article followed a young intern in New York City around. The young woman makes $25 an hour, receives a $1,100 allowance from her parents/grandfather and her parents pay her rent.
If you have read my last three posts, by now you know that we have added another member to our family. Our second child was born 3 weeks ago and we have been lucky enough to adjust with everyone at home. I am currently on summer break from teaching and my daughter is not going back to daycare until both of us go back to work. This means a little over a month of great family time! It has been pretty amazing!
I have came upon some writer's block lately. This has been difficult for me, because I have never struggled to come up with a topic or an article idea. But this week's article has been a challenge. It could be that I am preoccupied with enjoying my two little kids. My wife and I recently had our second child. This has left less time for the blog, but more time with the family.
As I write this sentence (on July 3rd), I am sitting in a hospital room. My new daughter is sleeping as my wife recovers from delivering a baby. It has been exciting, but also a draining first day in the hospital. We left at 4:30 am on the second. Our second child was born approximately 3 hours later. Nothing I just wrote about has anything to do with June, but I just had to mention it, because we are extremely excited to welcome our second child to the family. Now onto our June update. In June we didn't do much of anything. I worked summer school (17 extra days of work) and we prepared for the arrival of baby #2.
As a parent of a 19-month old, I work with teaching my daughter each day to control her emotions. Everyone, as a child, experienced a struggle to control their emotions. My daughter, for example, has thrown herself on the floor to cry, because she is mad that we won't let her do something. This is part of growing up, kids want to do something and as a parent you can't let them do it for safety reasons. Now, the struggle comes with trying to teach our daughter how to control those emotions.