Shortly after we put him to bed tonight George came back out. He said he wanted to sing “Sunshine.” Bridget started singing “You are My Sunshine,” but George stopped her and said he wanted to sing. So he sang the song, and sang, “You’ll never know, Mommy, Daddy, Baby Glen, how much I love you, oh please don’t take my sunshine away.” It was really sweet.
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George just came out of his room and said, “Good morning.” I said, “Good morning, George. How are you?” His response was, “I’m, uh, awake.”
I know exactly how he feels…
Well, I survived the first day of the semester. Today I had Data Structures and Algorithms, Calculus III, Physics for Scientists and Engineers, and Basic Photography.
When I dropped the boys off at day care this morning Glen promptly spit up on his teacher. Apart from that they seemed to have had an okay day, though.
No, your eyes do not deceive you. Yes, that is my four-month-old son standing by the couch. Part of me is proud as can be. But part of me is freaking out and wanting him to slow down and just be a baby.
Glen woke up this morning with a diaper blowout. Since Bridget wasn’t home, it was up to me to give him a bath. We both survived, and he came out cleaner than he went in, so I call that a success!
I just rejoined Facebook. Not because the reasons I had for leaving have changed, because they haven’t. But without Facebook I’ve had virtually no contact with my friends. So I decided to create a new account and Facebook as little information as possible. This blog will still be my primary place for posting things, but I’ll post links on Facebook to my blog posts.
Tonight I finally got to the theater to see The Dark Knight Rises. It was and was not what I was expecting. It was an amazing movie, and it gave this version of Batman the send off he deserved. If you haven’t seen it yet, go. If you have seen it, see it again. This is one of the few movies put out by Hollywood this year which is worth the price of admission.