That Whole Speaking Thru The Baby Thing Is...
me: [to alfie] no eating that! those crumbs are there because your mother didn't broom today.
wife: I broom all the time!
addendum: To be fair, we both broom a lot. As to why we're suddenly using broom as a verb, well, let's just say that almost 11 months of sleep deprivation will broom your brain.
Say Bye-Bye to Daddy →
“A father is not a father until he ponders his own absence, I think. To be a parent is to be an existentialist. To be a parent means existing to the nth degree. You have never existed as much as you exist when you have a baby.” READ MORE -ms
The Grand Buffet
When do babies realize that most of the world isn’t edible? -bp
It is April
and we are going to the beach! with a baby! in April! -ms
Nothing makes everything better.– ms
Grace is sleeping
Miracles do happen. Parenting is just about adjusting what miracles are to you. This post has an alternate title, too: Damn, sleep is underrated. Update, 3 minutes later: Crap, she just woke up. -ms
Last Friday, I strolled down Abominable Memory Lane, and re-hashed a brief, but embarrassing musical phase by listening to this. This Friday, not knowing that I was keeping things thematic (until now), I listened to this. It’s almost like I’m a new parent whose about to turn 30 in June. Or something. -bp
it’s like having a cat that just keeps getting smarter.– bp
keep the change
Back when Matt introduced us to Grace, he mentioned at one point that it wasn’t so much that “everything changed” as the cliche goes, but also that everyone else had stayed the same. Now that Alfie is 10 months old—literally cutting 4 teeth at once, walking (but then being scared to do it again), having a great night’s sleep, having a supremely awful night’s...