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Miles received a subscription to a Steve Spangler Science experiment box for Christmas (courtesy of his aunt and uncle), and today we cracked open the first box. Miles was extremely excited to venture into this mysterious world of science, while I was on edge as the box revealed what would certainly be the high-potential-for-complete-mess contents … Continue reading Year 4, Day 360
As I was taking a shower this morning, Miles burst into the bathroom and declared, "Daddy look! I've got red bath bubbles!" He was holding a packet in his hand that would, in fact, make his bath water red. "Cool!" I said. "Yeah, and red is my favorite color!" "...now hold on. I thought blue … Continue reading Year 4, Day 215
Today was the event that compelled us to make the trip to New Jersey this week -- the graduation celebration in honor of Jaclyn's cousins, who recently finished their degree programs. It was a time for revelry, conversation, and exceptional food. Or, in Miles's case, collecting all the corn cob holders necessary for a complete … Continue reading Year 4, Day 170
Miles discovers one of the side-effects of lollipop consumption: the color-changing tongue.
As we were driving down I-77 this evening, Miles pointed at a random building. "Look!" he said. "There's the coffee shop!" "Miles, that isn't a coffee shop!" I said. "He's only saying that because we went to Rhino Market to get coffee the other day," Jaclyn clarified. "And he had to get THREE lollipops -- … Continue reading Year 4, Day 113
Despite some initial apprehensions, Miles has become fascinated with lightsabers. He'll find random objects around the house (some "saber-like" and some...really not) and start swinging them around while making "KSSSH" noises. It's really pretty heartwarming.Even more heartwarming was an exchange between Miles and his mother that I was thankfully around to hear today."Miles has a … Continue reading Year 3, Day 60
Miles is a little too young to fully appreciate comics, but that hasn't stopped me from priming him! Excelsior!