Monthly Archives: April 2011

Oh, the places you’ll go

I.B. Munchkin Widdles has gained more experience points in her 14 months than her momma and I combined at that age. She is an international skier and fine diner, bike rider, swimmer, onion eater, dog trainer, guitar/piano/glockenspiel player, drummer, frisbee … Continue reading

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1 year old baby kicked off Whistler Mountain

Until now, I would have recommended that everyone bring their young family to Whistler / Blackcomb in Canada. That is until they treated my 1 year old daughter like a criminal yesterday. Words cannot describe my disappointment. Whistler has quickly … Continue reading

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The infant / toddler helmet situation

So many things are possible once you have a helmet on your little rascal. Until they are close to a year old, you won’t find helmets that fit (assuming they would even tolerate it on their head). I wasn’t sure … Continue reading

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Locker rooms and baby girls

Little, precious babygirl need not mingle with very old, very naked men at the YMCA. I made the call this morning. Unless completely unavoidable, I will be waiting to use the family changing rooms after swim lessons. I let the … Continue reading

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The story of a stay at home dad

And so it begins. So much to recap and yet it feels like I’ve only just begun. People say we can’t do it. People say we shouldn’t do it. Are dads really cut out to be great parents? I say … Continue reading

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