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Category Archives: Jay Glatfelter
Last weekend, Jay and I had a whirlwind adventure in Anaheim, California. It all began when Jay wanted to go to PowerCon for Geek. Dad. Life. We had been trying to figure out a weeklong trip to see family in … Continue reading
14 years ago today, this dorky, adorable, wonderful dude asked me two days after our first date if we wanted to be official. I said yes and we’ve never looked back. 14 years, 3 homes, and 2 children later, and … Continue reading
Last weekend, in what now feels like months ago, #GlatSquared took an awesome trip to Washington, D.C. The plan was to leave around 10, get there for a 3 p.m. check-in at our hotel, hit up the National Mall, then … Continue reading
On Saturday, October 19, Jay and I saw Leslie Odom Jr. perform in concert at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh, NC. He was great. He opened with one of my favorite songs from Hamilton, “Wait for It,” which surprised me. I … Continue reading
Episode 1 of Jay’s new video blog, Geek. Dad. Life is out! For his premiere episode, Jay goes on a Geek Quest to buy a Tron cocktail arcade game. He drove 17 hours roundtrip to Tennessee on Saturday while Zach, … Continue reading
Hello! It’s been a hot minute, but if anyone is still paying attention, there’s an announcement from the Glatfelter household: Jay is doing a vlog! It’s just for fun and he’s got a lot of really fun ideas for it. … Continue reading
If you are in the Raleigh NC area this Saturday, April 7, come check out NCTOYCON, Jay’s newest project. It’s from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.at the Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh-Durham Airport-Brier Creek. Tickets are $5 for anyone over age 13. You can … Continue reading
On Sunday, February 11, we were discharged from the hospital, after a slight hold-up due to a quick visit to the NICU. Alex’s breathing was funky sounding, particularly when he cried. The pediatrician and nurses evaluated him and noticed his … Continue reading
I’m a day late for Valentine’s Day but I wanted to wish my Smoopsys a happy v-day and sing his praises. Thank you for everything you have done for me, Zachy & Alex, *especially* over the last few months. Thank … Continue reading