Father of five daughters...
I figured that would get you to look.
My name is James. HI, James
Lets see --- In March, Christy and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary. My wife is a Medical Assistant at our pediatrician’s office. We have five daughters. They are Danielle (10), Hannah (8), Lynsey (6), Paige (5), and Taylor (2). We live in Callahan, FL. Just 15 minutes from Jacksonville. I am a stay at home dad during the day and enjoy watching my youngest grow. Of course, I have a large share of the responsibility of maintaining the house – cleaning, laundry, and house work.
I am currently employed at UPS (United Parcel Service). I served six years in the United States Marine Corps (84-90). While in the Marines, I was an Aviation Electrician and worked on C-130, OV-10, A-4, F-4, AV-8b, F-18, CH-46, CH-53, and H-1. I worked as a restaurant manger for McDonald’s and Wendy’s (90-94). I worked in construction (94-96). I was a production welder for Kobelco Construction Machinery America, LLC (96-04).
I am a student enrolled at Western International University/AXIA in the Associate of Arts in Information Technology Program. All my classes are online - part of Phoenix University.
I spend most of my free time with my family as they are the most important thing to me. I am the newsletter writer for the fantasy football website, www.gridirongrumblings.com and very active in the hobby. I write a weekly article for that site plus other very active in the forums there. I enjoy computers, reading and music.
I have a Pacifica Scorpio SX bike - I got it FREE (makes it twice as nice). I made my first ride this morning (butt still sore) so I am a TRUE NEWBIE. I am working on losing weight and stress managment (6 females in the house)
I look forward to the help, guidance and wisdom you guys and gals have to offer.
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD - AND THE BOARDS !
I saw a quad bike years ago that had a kiddie seat in back and was pulling a trailer with two babies, seven total riders. Sounds like a set-up for you. Also in New York City you can rent a circular bike that holds 7 or 8 people facing the center. Also in mining I have ridden rail bikes with over 7 people on them. Day time dad, perfect for getting them into cycling.
I feel your pain, and I only have 2 daughters. 3 females in the house is enough for me. Oh yeah, I'm an avionics tech in the navy! This is a great forum, you'll find everything you'll need for cycling here, except a ride.