Articles by Andre Moore

About Andre Moore (107 Articles)
Atlanta based Food Writer, Essayist, Hunter/Angler, and World Traveler. I create meaningful experiences for my family and write about it.

Depend – Not just for the Elderly

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central Consulting for Depend. I received products samples and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.”  In [...]

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

“I participated in an Influencer Program on behalf of Dad Central for ROGAINE®. I received a product sample and promotional item to thank me for participating.” [...]

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Cocaine for Children

I wrote this in 2004 while I was in graduate school. After witnessing a small child inhale copious amounts of Pixie Sticks and candy  while his father (a university [...]

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Should you hire a Birth Photographer?

Other than a handful of blurry cell phone photos, there is no visual record of the birth of our first daughter. Even though we’ve accumulated over 10,000 photos since [...]

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How to Find Love

Thanks to movies and romantic novels, we assume that love will come easily and that passion will never go away. And if it does begin to diminish, “it must not be the right [...]

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Cooking with my Daughter

Even though my oldest daughter isn’t even two yet, she has a genuine love for cooking. She is my ultimate sous chef and helps me with breakfast each morning.  As soon as [...]

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Find me on Facebook and Twitter!

Birthed into Fatherhood is now on Facebook and Twitter!  I want to thank everyone that has been following my blog since I started this project a little over a year ago. I [...]

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Vasectomies – A cut above the rest

My wife and I both agree that our family is now complete with our two beautiful girls. Our current conversations have revolved around our long term birth control [...]

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The Mighty Mason jar

As a person who was born and grew up in suburban New Jersey, Mason jars were nonexistent in our home.  In my youth, my only encounters with using Mason jars were through our [...]

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