Your teen years: You were reckless. You had fun. You made mistakes. You grew up. And you’ll never forget how beautifully wild and free you felt.
Be spontaneous and take risks. You don’t have to be together all the time.
No decision made after 2 AM is a good decision. Trust me on this one.
People always want hear me talk about what it’s like being a young father, and lucky for them I have a story to tell.
For reasons that are usually far beyond our control, sometimes bad things happen to incredible people.
There is not one single class in the next four years that will teach you how to say goodbye, though I wish that was a prerequisite for adolescence.
Be patient, not compulsive. You are loved, appreciated, and treasured, even if disappointment is what mostly surfaces.
Sometimes people need space, don’t take it personally.
It has come to the point in my life where I have to make what could probably be one of the most important choices of my life: figuring out which colleges to apply for.
I’m a human. I’m selfish. Having my child was selfish of me, just like having an abortion would have been. I chose what way I was going to be selfish, and that’s okay.