Sg and Luke went to the park today. Those pics are at the bottom of the post. First, (i) building with blocks, (ii) poot noises (iii) puddle stomping.
Sg, by the time you read this, you will probably have been subjected to my thoughts about about the relationship between surface area and volume in the kitchen. You will, by now, understand why tiny cookies taste different from large … Continue reading
Sg, I stopped you from doing something you were working on in order to get you into pajamas. I mean like you weren’t listening and I wasn’t waiting and I reached out and physically arrested you. You didn’t like it, … Continue reading
A feminist couple in Sweden is attempting to raise their child (who is now two and a half years old) without gender norms. They call the child “Pop,” do not use gendered pronouns, and have kept Pop’s biological sex a … Continue reading
At dinner, we asked where you wanted to have your third birthday party. You said “I wanna at tea party dinosaur special treat!” We were thinking more along the lines of Gymboree, but it’s sweet that you think mommy and … Continue reading
Sg, your 30 monthiversary was this past weekend. I have this frame in my office that holds five square pictures. I brought it home and put in these pictures, which show you (very roughly) every six months, starting from when … Continue reading
There come a series of moments in each smart child’s life when he or she has outgrown the child’s version of something (say, literature, ideas or music), but is not yet seen as adult enough for initiation into the adult … Continue reading