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Fears and Musings Amid the Blur

My life’s a bit of a blur right now. For those of you who follow me on Twitter and Facebook, you know that my wife–being about 39 weeks pregnant–has been having some blood pressure issues and been placed on modified bed rest. For those of you who know my wife, this doesn’t exactly mesh well with her always-on-the-move-with-ambition […]

Nurturing Babies and Email Marketing

As any of you who have read my blog know, my wife’s about to give birth to our first child. And in thinking about all of the work, sacrifice, sweat, tears, and exhaustion I’m about to endure (with more than a fair share of help from my beautiful wife) to raise my daughter, I began […]

Acknowledging Mortality with a Baby

My wife’s roughly five weeks away from delivering our first child (again, a girl, it’s our first, that’s the lowdown). Overall it’s been a pretty normal pregnancy; nothing really exciting–which frankly is a good thing. As she’s getting bigger (naturally), she’s officially to the point where she wants the baby to come out already. Her […]

I’m going to be a father? How’s that work?

My wife is now 26 weeks pregnant. 6 months pregnant pretty much on the nose. So she’s showing quite a bit, and this whole father thing is slowly becoming more real. Is this the way it’s supposed to happen? You tell me. Anyway, let me give you a little background. It’s our first kid, it’s […]