I'd imagine this photo looks a lot like the last thing criminals in Gotham see before getting POWed, BAPed, and BORTed into unconsciousness. This blurry photo is the only evidence we have of the existence of the "Bat-Man." Seriously though, Miles loves his new PJs.
Two-thirds of the people living in our house absolutely HATE getting out of bed in the morning. Jaclyn's felt more tired than usual lately, which means that we're much closer to 100% at this point and that getting out the door for work in the morning has started to turn into a mad rush. Considering … Continue reading Year 3, Day 204
With the governor loosening some COVID restrictions this past week, playgrounds have finally reopened. Miles could not be happier about it, especially considering we were headed to a park in Black Mountain this morning. TAKE ME TO THE SLIDE! After a nice walk around the lake, Miles got to experience the joys (and initial trepidation) … Continue reading Year 3, Day 194
After six months of limited contact with the outside world, we're finally able to (hopefully) release the pressure valve that is threatening to create a Shining-like scenario in our home. Today we departed Charlotte for the first time in months for a weekend in the mountains of western NC. We've all been looking forward to … Continue reading Year 3, Day 192
Since Miles liked running under the hose a few weeks back, we decided to get him a sprinkler to enjoy for the waning days of summer. What I did not expect was for him to go through something akin to the stages for grief as he engaged with it for the first time. https://videopress.com/v/ryWJUqtl?preloadContent=metadata
Tonight, Miles walked into the kitchen, yelled, "Mickey Mouse!", pulled his underwear off, then tore ass all over the house butt-naked.That's it. That's the whole post.
Miles and I play a rousing game of "Stay in that Room and Do Some Work, Daddy!"
Miles hasn't quite figured this game out yet.
While we try to get Miles outside every day while we're stuck at home, this week's weather has been less than agreeable so far. When I finished working today, I could recognize the signs that Miles had a severe outdoor deficiency (crankiness, elevated voice...essentially the same signs I exhibit when I've gone too long without … Continue reading Year 3, Day 84
Jaclyn came home from the store today with a present for Miles that is sure to set him on the inevitable path to, like his father, essentially becoming Charlie Brown. He doesn't understand what a "kite" is yet or exactly what it is we're trying to do with it. All he knows is Woody and … Continue reading Year 3, Day 68