A couple weeks ago, our family got out of the house, packed up the baby paraphernalia into the minivan, and drove down to Fiddler's Pond. It doesn't have any fiddlers there that I've seen, but it does have a nice 1.5 mile trail looping around the pond, or maybe the lake, I don't know. It's … Continue reading The Stroller Analogy
"Sure, that looks easy." I gingerly positioned my butt in the middle of the rickety wooden stool and balanced myself by leaning my head against the cow's thick, wooly hide. Then I grabbed that dangling, fleshy udder and squeezed as hard as I could. A little drop plinked into the bucket.
Click here to get notified of new blogs by email! Friday I had to babysit while Janice went out to eat with some of friends. I'm not complaining because another friend of her's had dropped off a big bowl of spaghetti that afternoon. Janice has good friends and I wanted her to be free to … Continue reading Eggs in the Toaster
Of course, you can’t just get any ointment, it has to be infant safe with all natural coloring and zero corn syrup. This makes the price go up about $10 an ounce. Wait, isn’t the infant formula more diluted? How is it more expensive!?
Yesterday my family and I visited the Potawatomi Zoo. It's a place that inspires the imagination, especially when you try to spell the name. It's in South Bend which is only about 38 minutes and 43 seconds from our house. It was a perfect 75 degree day and the van had a full tank of … Continue reading Visiting the Potawatomi Zoo (& a few innovative zoo ideas of my own)
Quickly and easily learn to speak like Adilene, our 16 month old daughter, with this comprehensive guide.
One Sunday afternoon my friends and I abandoned our wives and drove to the National Air & Space Museum. That might sound a little cruel but trust me, wives handle Air & Space museums as well as husbands handle shoe shopping.
Quick family update. It was 2 degrees today in Goshen, Indiana! That's pretty cold, in case you aren't familiar with how a thermometer works. It didn't stop my wife though. She bundled up Adilene in seventy different types of cold weather gear; blankets, sweaters, a beanie, gloves, boots, socks, more socks, several more blankets, and … Continue reading Dropping the Ball on New Years