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Meet Tyler, aka, Mr. Portland.

June 21, 2013

Here’s Mr. Portland himself, as introduced in our Meet the gTeam post. Please say hello to

Mr. Portland

Tyler Pechette.

job title:

Director of Global Operations – 5 ½ years at gDiapers.

“Short version – I buy it and ship it. I work closely with our manufacturing partners, warehouses and logistics providers making sure our products get produced, shipped and delivered.  I work a lot with our warehouse teams in Columbus Ohio, Toronto and London.  As well as our manufactures in OH, WI, OR, and overseas.  I really enjoy all the different aspects of the various industries we work with to produce our ever expanding line of products.”

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This takes guts. by James.

June 15, 2013

Thank you to James Zahn, the one and only Rock Father, for joining in the “This takes guts” blog series, just in time for Father’s Day. 

“You Want It All But You Can’t Have It…” (Actually, you can.)

When I became a Father for the first time back in 2009 (on our 10th Wedding Anniversary!), I entered into the job without much by way of expectation. I was excited to be a Dad, but there wasn’t any real or definitive outlook for how the experience would actually be. I didn’t enter into Fatherhood with the “fear” that some seem to put forth, nor did I have any grand plans for how those first days would be. Sure, there was preparation (and a lot of nesting), but I steered clear of the parenting books, and somehow managed to miss the fact that “Parent Blogging” was even a thing.

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This takes guts. by John.

June 14, 2013

Thank you to John Kinnear, of Ask Your Dad Blog, for joining in the “This takes guts” blog series, just in time for Father’s Day. 

Being a Dad Takes Guts

I was never truly brave until I became a dad. I was never truly brave, because before becoming a father, I was never truly afraid. Like a fortune cookie once told me: Bravery is not the absence of fear. Bravery is being afraid and doing it anyway. Lucky number 978268545.

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This takes guts. by Scotty.

June 13, 2013

Thank you to Scotty Schrier, of Dads Who Change Diapers, for joining in the “This takes guts” blog series, just in time for Father’s Day. 

I used to be smart. I used to be calm, cool, collected. I was in control …

then I had kids.

In the last four years, I have questioned every belief I’ve had. I’ve even questioned my sanity. And I wouldn’t change a second of it.

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This takes guts. by Jason.

June 12, 2013

Parenthood takes guts. Raising another human being to be the very best human that they can be is no easy endeavor. So how do we do it? One. Breath. At a time. Thank you to Jason Graham-Nye, CEO and co-founder of gDiapers, for kicking off our “This takes guts” blog series, just in time for Father’s Day. 

Fatherhood is quite the trip.

With no instruction book included, early on at least parenting seems to be a series of stumbles and falls and then a semblance of survival. My kids are 8 and 10 now and I still have very little idea about what I’m doing. The major reference point for us all (for better or worse) is how our own fathers pulled it off.

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