Category Archives: Family and Friends
So there have been some people looking for more baby pictures. I got ONE picture from our vacation. The wife has the rest on her phone. My baby learned to drive in Vermont. It was easy, my Ford is an … Continue reading
So we’re making our annual trip to lake Champlain tomorrow. I’ll be generally away from the blog all week. I have the “Gun Death” Reports all set up so you’ll get new content every day. What’s exciting is little LaWeer’da … Continue reading
Baby Plague! This one was weird. I had what felt like that scratchy sore throat you get just BEFORE you get sick for almost a week, and the last 4 days I have felt like I had a horrible hangover. … Continue reading
Not what you think. Remember this photo? That was little LaWeer’da’s first trip to the grocery store. She rode in that little cart cozy to better hold her upright because she couldn’t sit on her own, also to give her … Continue reading
Sent by friends who know me well: A West Seattle house was set on fire by a man trying to kill a spider with a makeshift blow torch. …Firefighters say the man who rented the house was trying to kill … Continue reading
Forgot to post this earlier. Way to beat the heat! POOL PARTY!!! The rubber duck means she’s mine!
Happy Birthday America! Celebrate however you feel fit! Eat some unhealthy grilled meats! Drink some watery domestic beer! Drink some high-quality local craft brew! Shoot off fire works! Shoot off GUNS! (preferably BEFORE you delve into the suds!) Maybe kill … Continue reading
So you all have heard about my horrible cold brought on by the disease vector known as “LaWeer’da” is FINALLY starting to diminish. I was thinking about calling my doctor on Monday, but I was feeling so much better that … Continue reading
Interesting! Turn on the light in her bedroom in the morning and SNEEZE! Take her outside on a bright day and SNEEZE! We’ll have to see if she grows out of this.
Well this is interesting: Dads who contribute more to household chores are more likely to raise daughters who go on to have less traditional (and potentially higher-paying) careers as adults, according to this article in Psychological Science, a journal of … Continue reading