‘Corn Dog Down!’ -The Life Of A Dad

A trip to the Spokane County Interstate Fair ended in tragedy for me recently when I entrusted the safety of my precious corn dog in the hands of my 2-year-old son.

What happened was 100% my fault, but quickly reminded me of my place in the pecking order of my family. However, it totally felt worth it to reenact the events of that day.

Take a look:

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The Howard Twins Are Coming… But What Will We Name Them?

It’s been two glorious years since my wife and I welcomed our first child, Hudson Hawk Howard (HHH), into the world and it’s been a wild ride. I love him so much and being a dad has been the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done in my life.

So when my wife came to me nine months ago and said: “let’s have another one.” I immediately replied, “One? How about two! At the same time! Let’s go!”

Fast forward 9 months and here we are. Ready to welcome two new babies into the world and into our family.

But we don’t know what their names are. Yet.

Time for another Coffee With Cory Baby Naming Challenge!

Also, buy our yet-to-be-released rap album that will never come out. That’s what’s really important. Details in this video.

The Best Mother’s Day Gift: A Free $100 Bill and Blasted On Booze

The best part about being a parent is not the smiles, the unconditional love, the laughs, or even the fact that you get to raise a little piece of you and your significant other to be an upstanding citizen of the world.

No. It’s definitely the endless supply of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese and chicken nuggets that fill your house. Your kid only needs 6 chicken nuggets, but you make 18. Just in case. Yeah, your kid can only eat 1/4 of a box of Kraft Mac and Cheese, but you better make 2 boxes, just in case.

The company that has been giving back to deprived dads for so long is now wanting to give back to moms this Mother’s Day.

If you’re looking for that perfect last-minute Mother’s Day gift, here’s all you need to know: Get her a free $100 and blasted on booze. Here’s how. You’re welcome.