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The 12 things I learned the first 12 months of my baby's life

  1. No matter how many times you check to make sure your baby is still breathing while he’s sleeping, you will still need to check one more time.
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Brain Fog

I’m seriously starting to question whether the meds are worth it.

Sure, my moods are more stable – I’m not breaking down into tears all the time or having frustration-induced panic attacks. 186 more words

76ers Phoning-It-In Bill a Record High

Few people expected the Philadelphia 76ers to compete this season. Those who did also want a smart, funny, intelligent, hard-working, dedicated, family man to sweep them off their feet. 174 more words


Figuring Out How To Jump

Good morning, Brie. It’s Monday.

I’ve spent far too much time napping recently. When I awake from a nap, I tend to feel as though I threw away those hours, as though I didn’t gain any rest, as though I could sleep another day, and as though I wasn’t missed; I have so little of importance to attend to that checking out for a few hours while the world turns around me is insignificant. 306 more words

Real Life

Phoning it in, Part 3

“Just – look, don’t say L-E-A-V-E-S again, alright?” Creepy said. “Over.”

“This is among the most bizarre and unnecessarily specific phenomena we have ever had in our living room,” I said, stepping towards the trees and eyeing them carefully. 1,029 more words

Creepy And Hatboy Save The World

Phoning it in, Part 1

I looked up sceptically at the tree.

It wasn’t a fir tree, or a pine tree, or any of the other sorts of trees that one would normally associate with Christmas. 248 more words

Creepy And Hatboy Save The World

Almost midnight.

Committing to NaBloPoMo this month was not my most well thought out idea.

Productivity level of the day: high.

Pest control at 8:30 AM, shower, pharmacy, Christmas to-dos, Walmart, returned home, went back to Walmart to return impulse purchase after battling buyers’ remorse, bought cigarettes and soda, returned home, cleaned, babysat children. 22 more words