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Sage Advice

Start with yumm. ~ advice from our almost 3 year old on how to approach a meal Advertisements

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Ear Drops

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

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Little Memorex

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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How good is your pumpkin pie?

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How good is your pumpkin pie? Well … these guys can tell you, and with Nate Silveresque precision.   Our experiments reveal that recipe ratings can be well predicted with features derived from combinations of ingredient networks and nutrition information. … Continue reading

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No Great Truths

No great truths … just thousands of little ones. For instance: juice tastes better in a moo cup.

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Two Trees

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

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Parenting 101

Turns out … tying that knot at the bottom of the Diaper Genie bag is kinda important.

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