Tag Archives: The Wife

December 2014 Net Worth Update

I write this update on the night of my son’s 4th birthday.  It is almost unbelievable to me that I have a 4 year old! I know it such a cliche statement, but it is incredible how fast time flies.  I almost remember writing the post welcoming him to this world.  I know there is

A Small Reminder about the Benefits of Dollar Cost Averaging

I have recently been in the process of consolidating some accounts.  First up was altering up our cash flow chart to better reflect our current situation.  Second, was bringing all of The Wife’s assets over to Fidelity.  Part of that was moving assets she had with me, as an investment advisor (not husband) at my broker-dealer, and

The Wife and I Welcome our Second Child

The Wife and I Welcome our Second Child

If you follow me on twitter you may have seen that a few days ago The Wife gave birth to our second child and first daughter.  It always brings a smile to my face to read my post sharing the details of when the night/day my son was born, so I thought I should memorialize my

Creating a New Cash Flow Chart for my Family

It took The Wife and I about a year of marriage before we created a cash flow strategy that worked for us and the last time the strategy was even looked into was 2011!  While we could continue down the same path, The Wife and I decided it was time to switch it up a bit due

The Wife and I are Expecting a Daughter!

Two months ago I announced on here that The Wife and I were expecting our second child.  I even shared the cutest (yeah, I am biased) video of my son finding out: Well we found out on Friday that this one will be a daughter! Beyond the nerves of dealing with a healthy pregnancy, I

Do you have a Spending Cap with Your Spouse?

I was on my way to celebrate my brother’s promotion within the FDNY to lieutenant when The Wife called me to tell that she bought a bed for our son, but not to worry “she saved a ton.”  It took me a minute to calm down and figure out what was happening.  I originally thought that