Lots of people have told us Nora looks like the Gerber baby and we have even been approached at the mall to see if we had considered a modeling career for her. All of that's nice to hear, but we've ... View Post about Gerber Baby Material?
It's amazing how much things can change in a year. Last year at this time, we were new parents, barely sure of what we were doing (now, we're mostly sure...sometimes). Last year, we sent out a ... View Post about A Family Portrait
In case you missed it, yesterday was part one of my cloth diapering discussion, where I addressed why we cloth diaper, what the initial set up looks like, diapering the first 6-8 months, and how cloth ... View Post about Cloth Diapers, Part II
I've had quite a few people ask me recently what diapers we use, so I thought it would make a great post topic - especially because the answer to that question is more complicated than one might ... View Post about Cloth Diapers, Part I
If you believe Erica Jong, this:is my 18 (21...25...?) year prison sentence. In case you missed it, in The Wall Street Journal 's "Saturday Essay" last weekend, Jong wrote about the evils of ... View Post about Nora, the Prison Guard
Thursday is CSA pick-up day and we finally had proof of the existence of summer: a surprisingly heavy bag out of the cooler at Annye's. So heavy I was impatient to look inside; I couldn't even ... View Post about Preparing for a (Not) Picky Eater
This week the USDA published its annual report on Expenditures on Children by Families and the numbers are shocking - to me at least. It costs an average middle-income American family $222,360 ... View Post about The Cost of Raising a Child