Andre Moore is a world traveler, well respected writer, self taught chef, husband, father of two beautiful young women, and a small business owner. As a seasoned business professional, coach, and speaker, Andre brings expertise in the design and implementation of mentoring programs, youth leadership, team development, and organizational redesign. He also serves as a Firefighter in the Atlanta area.
Andre also served as the Director of multiple sports and leadership camps in Georgia and NJ. As an active advocate and for youth development and community building, Andre has spearheaded a number of key initiatives that have addressed such issues as youth health & wellness and public agency systems reform. He brings a wealth of expertise in enabling effective changes in communities and organizations.
Andre also holds academic degrees in Latin, Psychology, and English. He his fluent in multiple languages and is love with Bahamas genealogy and treasure hunting. Even with his impressive credentials, he has recently discovered that his prior work experience and qualifications have only proven to be mildly helpful during his introduction into fatherhood. This blog will chronicle that journey as he figures it all out.
Birthed into Fatherhood was created in response to the lack of honest information that he encountered as an expectant and now as a father of two beautiful girls. I did the birthing classes with my wife and felt I was ready to be a father, but what should my role really be in the birthing process? What happens if things take a turn for the worst during the birth? How will I balance my work and home life? How will childcare work since my family is 800+ miles away? How can I cook quick and healthy meals when I don’t have any free time? My wife doesn’t want to go back to work after having the baby!?
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I am happy to post reviews and giveaways of products if your company is interested in providing me with item/s. I will write a post within a month unless otherwise noted, about the product. However, if I feel the product did not meet expectations or is not a good fit with my readers, I make no guarantees to post about it and will let the company know. Other than that, I do enjoy providing fun honest reviews of products when I can so let me know if you have something that you think would fit.
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