Like A Dad To Move Office and Kids To Toronto

Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 15, 2014Like A Dad, a parenting blog focused on the life of one dad and his family, is excited to announce that it will be relocating its office to Toronto, on May 14, 2014.

Like A Dad was started in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in November of 2012, after the birth of the owner’s second son. The blog is relocating it’s staff (family) to Toronto due to job changes and to be closer to family and friends. All day-to-day operations will begin in the new office on the Tuesday after the Victoria Day weekend.

Like A Dad is written and managed by Michael Cusden, a digital marketer, who excels in creating engaging web content for several properties. He will also be leaving his day job of 5 years at SimplyCast, to pursue bigger challenges in Toronto, where he once worked in the television industry.

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Like A Dad Nominated For A Canadian Weblog Award

In the wee hours of the morning today as I gave my emails a quick scan before getting up, one subject line caught my eye.

Canadian Weblog Awards nomination

Cool, it is always nice to get nominated for something.

As I looked into it later on in the morning after dropping the kids off, this is what it said.

Like a Dad has been nominated for the 2013 Canadian Weblog Awards in the Family & Parenting and Life categories.

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Home Alone The Dad Version

Good morning. A morning post? What gives?

Well that is how it goes when the house is empty and there is not a baby sleeping in a swing next to your computer.

Yep, night 1 of being on my own went okay. I survived the quiet.

I do miss the fam jam based on the following evidence.

  1. I have thought I heard the kids at least three times.
  2. I did not know what to do with myself between 5:30-8 pm.
  3. I watched the 10 pm news just because that is what we usually do.
  4. I woke up thinking I heard the baby.
  5. I woke up at 6:38 am just like I do every morning.
  6. I started making a bottle before making my tea (okay I made that one up).

Needless to say, it is weird being in this house without the wife and boys. It just does not seem right.

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