PWI–Parenting While Intoxicated

…on good food, questionable judgment, and making life work

Why are we doing this?

Hey man, we get it.  We are two parents, married to wonderful, supportive spouses, and we are lucky to have beautiful healthy children.  That’s the package for sale.  The truth is, life is tough, and when the going gets tough, there is delicious booze and naughty foods.  And look, the booze is clearly working, because all of our children are alive as far as I know, right?  Come join us, as we journey through life making terrible decisions, feigning sobriety, trying to turn our blood into mayonnaise, and yet somehow keeping it classy.


About Sparky

Sparky is a salaryman for an unspecified Fortune 200 company. But more importantly, he has a smoking jacket and entertains fellow bon vivants in his secret lair, The Manitarium. He believes in booze, charcuterie, bbq, bourbon, villainy, craft cocktails, ascots, the Oxford comma, and freedom. He is married to a beautiful attorney who is a life-long vegetarian and was raised as an experiment by her meddling nutrition scientist parents. He can be found trying to save his kids from a life of vegetables...

4 comments on “Why are we doing this?

  1. Jennifer
    September 30, 2013

    I am very excited because your ideas intrigue me and now I can subscribe to your newsletter.

  2. Sam Michals
    September 30, 2013

    I live in a similarly “mixed” family and can’t wait to hear of your experiences.

  3. Sandra
    October 10, 2013

    Interesting mission statement. I will follow your post to see where this might go even though I don’t fit your demographic.

  4. crumbsoffthetable
    October 11, 2013

    I love this. And totally relate.

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