Start with yumm. ~ advice from our almost 3 year old on how to approach a meal
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Hope hates her eardrops. They’re cold and make her ears feel squishy. And she is part idiosyncratic, part control freak, so to put them in, you have to have a certain blanket on your lap, a different washcloth under her … Continue reading →
I have to remember that Hope is a little sponge, taking everything in, and repeating nearly all of it back atcha. Even stuff you don’t remember saying. We’re making breakfast this morning, and Hope dropped a bowl. It was a … Continue reading →
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No great truths … just thousands of little ones. For instance: juice tastes better in a moo cup.
A couple of stories I’ve been meaning to write down. The Avocado Tree Major Phelps came in to work laughing, and said, well, I never thought I’d see the day … See, his quarters at Schofield Barracks were one block … Continue reading →
Turns out … tying that knot at the bottom of the Diaper Genie bag is kinda important.
Actual conversation: Him: I’m trying to come up with just one all-encompassing New Year resolution, and I think, maybe, I might have stumbled onto it. Her: Really? Just one? Setting the bar rather low, are we? Him: Hear me out. … Continue reading →
All I’m saying is, I only have an N of 1 in this survey, but Hope will eat kale, spinach, peas, broccoli, and just about any other vegetable … as well as sriracha-spiced sauces over noodles, sauteed mushrooms, cranberry chutney, … Continue reading →
Been a dad for three years now … and I just realized: peach or apricot jelly is so much easier to de-spot from peejays or a white onesie than strawberry or grape. Sorry, kid … don’t really care what your … Continue reading →