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Monthly Archives: February 2017
Five. Count ’em. One, two, three, four, five. How’s that, you say? Well, it’s not like they’re all functioning–at least not in the manner one might suppose. I’ve the two nature blessed me with. The kind that once hardened to … Continue reading
Dear Jackrabbit, I recently had to go down into the basement to search for something, and while doing so, I came across a box with a bunch of old photos. Many of those photos were that of your grandmother as … Continue reading
We call the boy a number things. Officially his name is John “Jack” Eric Reilly Teehan. I’ve explained the boy’s name before. John being my name, but called “Jack” partly to keep him separate from me, and partly because I … Continue reading
On social media, I often see memes or similarly formatted statements that goes something along the lines of: “‘Like’ if you survived riding in the back of a pickup truck when you were a kid!” or “‘Like’ if you rode … Continue reading
The boy loves the Despicable Me franchise. And why not? It’s awesome. I love it, too. If I had the skill, I’d talk like Gru all day long. (Note, Despicable Me is an Illumination Entertainment movie about a supervillain who … Continue reading
For the longest time I thought babies were boring. When we first learned of Jack’s imminent arrival, I even recall saying how much I looked forward to him getting old enough–as soon as possible–to be able to talk with, teach … Continue reading
Dear Jackrabbit, I’m sorry, boy, but there’s no letter today. Dad is kind of bushed. It’s been a busy number of weeks working on a bunch of different projects, and I’ve new projects coming up. In addition to this, there … Continue reading
So what is it with baby clothes? I have a few questions. First, why do some baby socks have little rubber gripping pads on the bottom of them? Where do they think these kids are going? At nearly five months, … Continue reading
Two things I hope this post doesn’t come across as: First, that I’m bragging. I am not. I am eternally grateful and fully aware how lucky we are. Second, that I’m jinxing anything. But, man, we got ourselves a sweet-tempered … Continue reading
Dear Jackrabbit, I’m talking about doing chores today, boy. I’m not going to try to speak for your mother’s experience–only my own. I think everyone’s experience when it comes to dealing with chores while growing up is different. There are … Continue reading