Monthly Archives: February 2013

Really Cranky Moms

I walked in on a mother breastfeeding. No, it wasn’t my wife. Yes, it was an accident and I felt horrible about it. Yesterday I picked my son up from daycare. It was a gloomy day and the hallway to his room was dimly lit. Due to an assembly at school, I was later than […]

Stories for Steve

I’ve been thinking about this post since January, and I’m still not quite sure how to approach it. I’m going to try my best to arrange all the ideas and emotions into something coherent. On May 3, my son was born. This posting is not about him, but that’s a place to start. This post […]

Still Cranky

I know my postings have been sparse lately. You might think I don’t have anything to be cranky about anymore. If so, you’re wrong. I’m cranky as ever–maybe even crankier. The real reason my posts have slowed to a trickle is that I’ve returned to the hallowed hoary halls (hey, alliteration!) of higher education. After […]

Tales From the Trenches

Sunday after the Super Bowl festivities, Wolfe looked at me and said, “Dad, that was the best Super Bowl I’ve ever seen!” Then we both had a good laugh, because it’s the only Super Bowl he’s ever seen. Then we ate a few more chicken wings and nachos and collapsed in a food coma. Just […]