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Raising Super Girl Andrew Winch is a 30-something husband, sports physical therapist, young adult novelist, magazine editor, Mizzou Tiger, southpaw, traveling man, and all around optimistic guy who happens to be raising a little girl with super powers. Learn more about him at andrewwinch.com What can I help you with (I assume no responsibility for awful parenting advice)? Past Posts Background Illustrations provided by: http://edison.rutgers.edu/ Posted 3, August, 2016 Following My Heart As I sit in the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, waiting for my wife and daughter to arrive and take me home, I’m filled with a confounding swirl of thoughts and emotions. There have been few times in my life that have pushed me harder than the past 4 days. But it’s only now, in this quiet moment so close to home, that my brain has begun to process what I’ve just experienced. Six days ago, my wife dropped off our daughter, Avery, at my mother-in-law’s house. Alaina then drove to Nashville for her first ever Beach Body conference. Two days after that, I boarded a plane bound for Philadelphia and the Realm Makers Christian speculative fiction writer’s conference. I’ve been to the conference every year since 2013, but this year was different. This year, my entire family was spread across three states, connected only by brief phone calls and text messages amidst a collective whirlwind of growth and adventure. This year, my heart beat in three places across the country, and I wasn’t sure it was strong enough to handle the strain.... Read more #realm makers #realmmakers2016 #writers conference #amwriting #absence makes the heart grow fonder #follow your heart #momblr #mumblr #dadblr 1 note Posted 27, July, 2016 The 200 Club So, there’s this rumor that a person’s body changes as it ages. There’s like some hormonal changes, some breakdown of some stuff, and this general burning sensation in weird places. Of course, I assumed the whole thing was a story akin to the Tooth Fairy—a made up tale to terrify the young folk. Turns out, I may have miscalculated. As a freshman in high school, I weighed 165 pounds. By my junior year, I hit 180. For the next 13 years (including that other tall tale, the Freshman Fifteen), I fluctuated between 180 and 185. Regardless of what I ate or how many biceps curls I did, my body had a set mass for me. And I figured I’d die around 183 pounds or so. And then, on June 27th, 2016, my whole world came crashing down.... Read more #middle aged #dad bod #200 club #fatty #aging #momblr #mumblr #dadblr 2 notes Posted 20, July, 2016 ‘Merica: Evil, or Just Dumb? I recently heard someone say, “I wouldn’t be surprised if all this cop killing results in Martial Law. Then guess who stays in power.” I didn’t say anything. Didn’t even smirk. But on the inside, I died. How could people really believe such fear-based propaganda? I’ve heard similar conspiracy theories about Obama for almost a decade now, I heard it about Bush before him, and I’d be willing to bet similar fears have been mumbled about nearly every president since the tyrannical Washington administration. So maybe I’m a skeptic. Maybe I don’t scare easily. Maybe I’m even practical. But I’m not blind (not legally, anyway). And a few seconds after I heard this person lament the Obama reign, Trump’s big, fluffy face popped into my mind. Not Trump the entrepreneur and reality TV star, but Trump the political frontrunner. Let that sink in, people. When he officially announced his intentions to run for president just over a year ago, everyone in the country laughed. Everyone, that is, except Trump. And here we are. Will he win? Well, a lot of people put precedence on Ronald Reagan’s consecutive terms in the White House, but Reagan wasn’t just some actor-turned-president. He was a life-long politician who also served in WW2 (albeit as a military training video narrator). As such, Americans actually kind of liked Reagan. So, will Trump win? Flip a coin and find out. But no one thought he had a chance thirteen months ago. Just like no one thought the World Trade centers would be attacked, and no one thought we would make it through the Cold War without a nuclear winter. And if you don’t believe me, take it from Mitch Hedberg:... Read more #trump2016 #clinton2016 #fear #blm #politics #cold war #war on terror #momblr #mumblr #dadblr #mitch hedberg #martial law #doomsday preppers 3 notes Posted 13, July, 2016 Daddy-Daughter Weekend So, I’m (more than) occasionally jealous of the bond between my wife and my daughter. I leave them both every workday and don’t see them again until just a few hours before Avery’s bedtime. What they do in that time is generally a mystery to me. Sure, I know the basics, but my imagination has to fill in a lot of gaps. That is, it had to, until this weekend, when Alaina left town for her sister’s bachelorette party, giving Daddy and Daughter a chance to party like it was 1999. The week prior was a little tense, since Alaina is, um, particular about things, and I hadn’t watched Avery for more than a few hours at a time since…ever. But I managed to calm (or at least deflect) Alaina’s concerns, and off she went. Avery and I smiled and waved as she drove away, then we locked the doors and put on our adventure hats.... Read more #daddy's girl #daddy-daughter #dadblr #momblr #mumblr 2 notes Posted 6, July, 2016 Take Me Out to the Ball…Rain Hotdogs, nachos, cotton candy, and overpriced drinks. Fans scrambling to catch fly balls, clapping along to organ music, and starting “the wave.” Baseball is America’s sport. There’s no disputing it. And what better day to experience a live baseball game for the first time than on Independence Day? My daughter just turned two, and she received her first T-ball set for her birthday. A week later, my sister-in-law offered us tickets to the Cards game on the Fourth of July. Sure the forecast promised rain all day, but how could we pass up seats right behind home plate? “I can’t believe you guys are still going,” my wife’s sister said as she stood in the rain and handed us the tickets. I shrugged and said, “Guess we’ll see what happens.”... Read more #stlcards #baseball #'merica #fourthofjuly #independence day #raindelay #firstballgame #dadblr #momblr #mumblr 2 notes Posted 29, June, 2016 Let’s Take a Moment Gosh, it’s definitely summer. Hot, frantic, and fun. The days are at their longest, and there’s still not enough time to get everything done. My poor iCalendar looks like it has chicken pox. My vacation days are burning faster than my skin. And next week is Independence Day! At this rate, I’m going to wake up and see Christmas lights. I celebrated two birthdays this past weekend. My wife’s grandma turned eighty, and my little Super Girl is turning two. We went to the waterpark, grilled every part of cow and pig available in America, and ate cake, and ate cake, and ate cake. The good times rolled so furiously that I even lost my wedding ring, forgetting thatI left it sitting safely on my desk at home (an oversight that cost me an hour of frantic searching and more than a few stern expressions from Wifey).... Read more #breathe #be still and know #freemason #scrum #birthday #second birthday #white mule #momblr #mumblr #dadblr 1 note Posted 22, June, 2016 Clinton VS. Trump: A Nation Offended Not including the funny farm that is the 2016 election, I’ve had the opportunity to vote for three presidents. The sad thing? I’ve only punched the card once. And even then it was because of peer pressure. There is nothing about politics that interests me. So, if you continue reading this political rant, do so knowing that I’m pretty much the worst patriot ever and have no business speaking on such matters. You’ve been warned. Mwahahaha… As I said, I’ve been of voting age since 2004, but even before that I still had ears to hear and eyes to see, and what I’m seeing this election season is unlike anything I’ve ever even heard of before. For the first time, I’m genuinely concerned that our political system, and by proxy our government and society, are on the verge of crumbling. The United States is great at rallying together in the face of international adversity, but the patriotism following 9/11 has faded, and the American flag is disappearing again. I really started noticing it after the stock market collapse in 2008 and the subsequent bank bailout, and we’ve been in a exasperated tailspin ever since. And it seems the 2016 presidential election has marked the apex of our mass discontent.... Read more #2016 United States Presidential Election #presidential candidate #politics #hillary clinton #donald trump #momblr #dadblr #mumblr #1st amendment #politically correct #i'm offended 2 notes Posted 15, June, 2016 Live from the Lake I started writing blog posts for Raisingsupergirl.com two years ago, and I haven’t missed a week since then. I’ve also written every post from the comfort of my own home. Sounds quaint, right? Sure, until you realize what it really means: I haven’t been out of Farmington, MO during the week since our daughter was born. ... Read more #vacay #vacation #lake #lakelife #pool #momblr #mumblr #dadblr 2 notes Posted 8, June, 2016 Cutting the Cord My wife has an amazing relationship with our daughter, Avery. As a stay-at-work mom (she works from home most of the time but teaches a few exercise classes as well. Clever, eh?), Alaina has the opportunity to play a huge role in Avery’s social, intellectual, and physical development. And while it can be pretty rough on Wifey at times, she’s able to save us a ton of money on childcare by packing Avery everywhere. Well, almost everywhere. In a month or so, Alaina is going to a Beach Body conference. She’s super stoked (hey, it’s a free-ish country. I can say stoked whenever I want) about the opportunity to meet other BB coaches and grow in her field, but she’s significantly less stoked about going alone. You see, Avery is almost two years old now, and she hasn’t yet spent a single night away from Mommy. ... Read more #breastfeeding #nursing #naps #momblr #mumblr #dadblr Posted 1, June, 2016 Getting What I Deserve Memorial Day always gets me thinking about what I have and how lucky I am. I tend to be fairly humble (can’t ya tell?), so I rarely feel like I’m entitled to a lot of stuff or success. I have desires and goals, sure, but I don’t often think I deserve anything. Because of this, it always hits me pretty hard when I pause and see how incredibly fortunate I am. The horde of selfless, loving people who have chosen to embrace me. The opportunity to engage in not one, but two unbelievably fulfilling careers. A level of health that baffles me even more after seeing how many illnesses can afflict the delicate human form. Even the fact that I happened to be born into a free country with drinkable water. All of it. It’s as if I woke up and someone handed me a golden ticket. Of course, all the wise self-help authors and speakers would discourage my self-defeating thinking, and would say that I should take more pride in myself and what I’ve accomplished, but I can honestly tell you, they’re wrong…mostly. I work with high school athletes on a weekly basis (and usually on a daily basis), and when it comes to how they perceive their success, I encounter two types of kids: Russell Wilsons and Johnny Manziels. The Wilsons are genuinely humble, and their outlook comes through clearly in the way they praise their teammates and downplay their own successes. On the other hand, the Manziels constantly describe themselves as hard working and deserving of playtime. And you can guess by now which ones I prefer treating.... Read more #humility #free will #fate #nihilism #morality #nature vs nurture #gratitude #momblr #mumblr #dadblr #MemorialDay

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