On Becoming a Better Man, Human, and Father

I’ve always been a curious kid. Then I discovered the books and the public library. The race was on to learn as much as I could. Then the internet became a thing. More knowledge and information from all over the world to consume.

I learned that there is a bigger world out there. So many stories to read and skills to acquire. This sometimes required that I drop outdated stories that no longer served me.

Now you’re reading my story on the internet. In this blog, you will find the process for the re-education of Teevee along my path to becoming a better human, a better man, and a better father to my two wonderful humans. I’m a girl dad ya’ll

Read more about Teevee (me).

Latest stories

Dadhood & The Nurturing Masculine on Venus & Mars Podcast

 Check out my latest guest interview on the Venus and Mars Podcast hosted by Anya Shakhmeyster.
I love having these conversations because I always get questions that remind me of stories that have been buried for years.
This podcast was no different.
Go give it a listen.
You can also find the episode on Anya’s website here: Dadhood & The Nurturing Masculine w/ Teevee Aguirre

My kid’s boss texted me again

As parents, we all want our kids to get a good education and get a good job at a good company that treats them well.

But will your child show up and be that team member we all wish we had at work? Or will they be that crazy person you dread seeing on the schedule?

My Last Court Ordered Summer with My Daughters

This will be my strangest and most emotional summer as a dad. 

It's the bridge to the other phase of my parenting journey. On the last day of school, I would be waiting for them to jump in the car. Then we would drive into the horizon. 

Raising Smart Ass Kids – A Proud Dad Tells All

Over the years, I've had a few people tell me that my daughters were smartasses. This came as a shock to me because I hadn't noticed it. My daughters and I will debate and argue, but disrespect wasn't something I ever detected.

Was my bias showing?

On Becoming a Better Man, Human, and Father