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Category Archives: Parenting 101
Turns out … tying that knot at the bottom of the Diaper Genie bag is kinda important.
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
Our deepest thanks to everyone who helped to make this happen. More when my head stops spinning and feet are back on the ground. If that’s not until December, then a happy, safe, and joyous Thanksgiving to one and all. … 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
So we’re back from Nebraska but we’re heading back again on Tuesday. Saturday’s get-together was to celebrate D’s 50th birthday (going to keep the names anonymous to protect the innocent). It was a surprise party, and they pulled it off … Continue reading
The first step is to admit that you have a problem. We got a call from Pepperidge Farms the other day. They wanted to offer us payroll deduction, in order to simplify our monthly Goldfish bill and consolidate our baked … Continue reading