Monthly Archives: June 2007

Mommy’s Little Boy

Breastfeeding scorecard in my family: The four oldest siblings: no boob milk whatsover. The three youngest siblings (including myself): yes to the boob milk.  So there you have it.  I visited my mom last night after my soccer match.  She … Continue reading

Posted in Raging Dork | 55 Comments

Unconditional Love?

For those of you who can’t read this gem of a bumpersticker, it says He’s YOUR God, They’re YOUR rules, YOU burn in hell." Please discuss this bumpersticker I spied while snagging bagels last Sunday. I don’t feel God’s love … Continue reading

Posted in Opinionated | 65 Comments

When Napping Isn’t Enough

When one is expecting their first child, it’s a mad dash to the cinemas before the child arrives.  My wife and I saw two movies last week and oddly enough each movie’s featured characters were pregnant.  That should make it … Continue reading

Posted in Facial Tissue, Storytelling | 55 Comments

Pulling Weeds

Do you have a case of the Fridays? Another week has already passed? Holy cow things are flying by these days. Most of us aren’t unhappy for a Friday to roll around and neither am I. Last week I discovered … Continue reading

Posted in Housecapades | 81 Comments

Sometimes One Feels Like a Tool

I posted a recipe on my blog yesterday for what reason? I got paid to do so by Kraft Canada? I felt obligated to post something not baby related? My mood was so-so on Tuesday? A super nifty message can … Continue reading

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Merci Beaucoup Kraft Canada

One Bowl Caramel Pecan Brownies Prep: 20 minutes Ready in: 55 minutes Serves: 24 brownies Directions: PREHEAT oven to 350°F. Microwave 4 squares Baker’s Unsweetened Chocolate and 3/4 cup butter in large microwaveable bowl on HIGH for 2 minutes, or … Continue reading

Posted in Science | 50 Comments

The Beast of Burden

What does being a father mean to me? In my mind it’s all about reponsibility. It means taking care of my family, including my wife and daughter unconditionally. The way I see it, being a father is a lifetime commitment, … Continue reading

Posted in Storytelling | 57 Comments