Miles is a good enough traveler; he just gets a little testy after being in the car for a couple hours (but then, find someone who doesn't). That being said, it was clear by the end of our return trip from Myrtle Beach on Sunday that he had about had it with excessive traveling. And … Continue reading Day 275
Separated at birth?
Once perhaps our most persistent pastime, going to the movies has become a rare treat for Jaclyn and me in the post-Miles era, largely due to the added cost of employing a babysitter for such excursions (like, am I really going to shell out upwards of fifty bucks to see another Transformers movie??? Although that … Continue reading Day 273: A Sort-of Review of CREED II
I've already mentioned how excited my parents were to see their grandson again this weekend. While I absolutely expected the visible enthusiasm of my mother, I expected my dad to be a little more reserved about it. It was quite a surprise, then, to find that he had actually carefully and painstakingly crafted an entire … Continue reading Day 272
This morning, we joined our friends George, Sam, Franklin, and Leeanne for breakfast and, mostly, so we could all put Miles and his contemporary, Audrey, on the floor and intently watch them interact with each other like we were watching a Bachelorette finale or something. Audrey cooed, and Miles...well, made some zombie sounds at her. … Continue reading Day 271
We arrived back in Myrtle Beach late last night for the holiday weekend. I knew that Miles wasn't going to be able to really get the most out of his very first Thanksgiving, but there enough generally pureed dishes (mostly centered around potatoes of one sort or another) that he was at least able to … Continue reading Day 270: Baby’s First Thanksgiving!
Miles got a very special piece of mail this week, confirming that he has now been added to the Federal Registry for Monitoring Youth Compliance and Petulance. In layman's terms, Miles received word from Santa that he was now a part of "the list."