Monthly Archives: July 2012

kusama yayoi

We took K to see the Kusama Yayoi show at the Whitney yesterday. I am quietly proud of how we’ve managed to acclimate her to museums. She’s got about a 45 minute time limit, but she’s great company if you … Continue reading

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learning from baby

I didn’t become a stay at home father easily. It took some doing. I also can’t say that I feel like the baby was necessarily better off with me as a primary care-giver. There’s a chapter in Lise Eliot’s book … Continue reading

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making her bear walk

Tonight I cooked dinner while Ko was playing with the baby and then after dinner, I went to Starbucks to “finish” an essay. By the time I came home the baby was already asleep and Ko was still putting the … Continue reading

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cranky baby

The baby has been very cranky lately. She is learning to walk and friends I’ve asked have suggested that this is a key moment and the inability to nap and difficultly falling asleep is due to her brain is going … Continue reading

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they enter the new world naked

Admittedly, I err in starting a blog now. I’ve been a stay at home dad nearly a year now, and it would have made much more sense to start the blog at the beginning of that process, rather than now, … Continue reading

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