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When There Was A Baby In My Arms — Remembering My First Father’s Days
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When There Was A Baby In My Arms — Remembering My First Father’s Days

It’s a common thing that parents say, but honestly it doesn’t seem like just yesterday. It’s far more like another lifetime ago. I now have girls zooming around the neighborhood on electric Razor scooters, working diligently with wires and circuit boards as they deconstruct old stereos, and wearing whatever comes […]

The Most Popular Baby Names of 2018 So Far!
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The Most Popular Baby Names of 2018 So Far!

**An expanded version of this list is now running on The Huffington Post. Go there to check out names 18, 19, and 20!** Gone are the classics Tom, Dick, and Harry for boys, and so long to Desiree, Summer, and Brittttaniiii for girls. The first half of 2018 has been […]

Drop-Side Baby Cribs Hit The Curb
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Drop-Side Baby Cribs Hit The Curb

Maybe you don’t know this. Maybe you should. Drop-side cribs, those bastions of convenience that allowed for easy delivery of sleeping infants to their firm mattresses without a step stool (for average-sized parents) or wrecking your back (for bigger folk, like me), have been banned. Outlawed. Recalled. You get the […]

Early Moments Matter – An Essential New Parent DVD & Guide
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Early Moments Matter – An Essential New Parent DVD & Guide

I said in a comment on another blog today that we build the foundation, they build the building. It was an off-the-cuff remark in response to the fear of letting your children go. It sounds pretty, but it’s scary as hell to execute. This focus on foundation-laying is exactly the […]

Movie Review: Babies
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Movie Review: Babies

The trailer for BABIES is impossibly cute.  If you’re not smiling after a goat steals a sip from a baby’s bathtub or when that same baby attempts horizontal jumping jacks, you’re probably a heartless bastard. But can an adorable 2-minutes be extrapolated into a 80-minute film? Sorta. The low hanging […]

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