Monthly Archives: May 2016

Foot Claps!

The process of bodily self-discovery for infants is quite interesting. Padawan has spent the better part of the last few weeks focused mostly on its hands and specifically trying to fit them completely in his mouth. Geometry is against him, … Continue reading

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Padawan Playlist: Dadtime Vol.1

Up till this point the Padawan Playlist series that I’ve posted as been more, or less, the actual “playlist” we’ve listened to, Not too disimilar to how one would program a radio show like MPHnoise in this house… This is … Continue reading

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WFHWTF: Week One

Spending between eight and ten hours a day with the Padawan alone is an eye opening experience. Up till this point, it’s mostly been spending a few hours alone together while my wife was out running errands or providing her … Continue reading

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Flying Solo

Normally, I do not like going to the doctor. Not under any circumstances short of perhaps impending death (and even then maybe not, the jury’s not out yet, thankfully). However, with my wife returning to her job teaching in NYC … Continue reading

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the fist bump

It is pretty amazing how much the padawan is changing from day to day. Not just growing in inches and pounds (or centimeters and kilograms as it might better be) but in knowledge as well. Nearly everything is a new … Continue reading

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Breaking the gender binary & why the transgender struggle is real

A while back I wrote about My Cisgender Train Ticket experience on New York’s Metro North LDCR and due to the recent “bathroom law” controversy that post has received a great deal of new interest after flying somewhat under the … Continue reading

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The next one

Many times people will ask seemingly innocuous questions that have deep and profound implications to the anticipated respondent. Many times the reasoning behind the question’s lack-of innocence is something the inquisitor would probably not have even ventured a thought about. … Continue reading

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