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Accinge sicut vir lumbos tuos

A son is one of the greatest joys a father can have. Not to take anything away from my darling five daughters (they each have their own special perches in my soul, to be sure) but nothing quite compares with … Continue reading

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The way his mind works

Tuesday January 4, 2011 Soren: “If I never go to sleep again, I’ll get less age and less age until I’m as young as Estella.”

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The way his mind works

Soren: “If I never go to sleep again, I’ll get less age and less age until I’m as young as Estella.”

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Random

Chapter 1. Miriam. My sister Beccah kept blinking as I tried to take a photo of her. She remarked how interesting that was, as she was telling a made up story at the time and “you know they say that … Continue reading

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Random: Chapters 1-3

Chapter 1. Miriam. My sister Beccah kept blinking as I tried to take a photo of her. She remarked how interesting that was, as she was telling a made up story at the time and “you know they say that … Continue reading

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How picturesque

Soren, again:   “Mom, look at the family room! It’s as clean as a shiny speck of dust!” 

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A different drum

Sarcasm is apparently lost on my son (unlike his sisters). Either that or he is extremely confused by my referring to myself in third person. (He’d better not check my facebook.) “Mom who put this here?” “Mommy did.” “Who did?” … Continue reading

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Eureka!

Estella, even at only 11 weeks, loves to smile and interact. I often remark that she is “telling a story” when she coos and giggles as someone looks attentively at her.  Soren was holding her as she made these cute … Continue reading

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Oh, Soren.

“When you’re thirty-three hundred years old you’ll be taller than this house!”

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The way his mind works.

Me: “Soren, please kill that ant.” Soren: “It’s a carpenter ant.” Me: “It’s really too big for my taste.” Soren: “It’s too big for lion taste? {pause} It’s too small for tiger taste.”

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