I don’t find it a coincidence, or as my dad would say, a co-inky-dink, that after my most recent whiny post that the app on my phone has just notified me that today my son has now been growing for 16 weeks. He … Continue reading
I’m being a crabby jerk, which is very unlike me. Like Meg Ryan wrote to Tom Hanks in You’ve Got Mail. “I was cruel, and I’m never cruel.” I have several lame excuses; I won’t even call them reasons. A project … Continue reading
It’s amazing how many other things you can get done when you are avoiding a post that you’ve been trying to write for a week.
I was raised a Presbyterian. My mom said we started off Baptist, but switched at my father’s request. She said at one time, he was very active in church. I remember going every Sunday to church and Sunday School until … Continue reading
Posted in Childhood, Dad, INFP, Me, My Role Models
Tagged Agnostic, Atheist, beliefs, Bible, blogging, childhood, christian, Christianity, church, coke commercial, conflict, Dad, do unto others, duck dynasty, family, feelings, God, INFP, memory, psychology, religion, religions, role models, school, verbal abuse, westboro Baptist Church, writing
My wife woke up feeling sad after a particularly vivid dream this morning. In her dream, she had the baby early, and not just early, but born last night only 4 month pregnancy early. And she was mad. She was … Continue reading
INFP’s have a profound sense of idealism that comes from a strong personal sense of right and wrong. INFPs are flexible and laid-back, until one of their values is violated. In the face of their value system being threatened, INFPs … Continue reading
I have issues with inanimate objects. The issue is that I expect them to work like they are designed. When they don’t work as designed, I get really, really angry with them. I used to work at Blockbuster Video. You … Continue reading
I was reading another blog today, which I have a tendency to do when the Melon Collies are disturbing my thought process. The person I was reading mentioned that she avoids conflict all the time. Which is a one of … Continue reading
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Tagged abuse, avoiding conflict, baby steps, blogging, childhood, conflict, crazy, Facebook, humor, INFP, marriage, psychology, self-improvement, teachers, toxic relationships, verbal abuse, writing
My wife posted this on Facebook today: “I read that it’s likely the baby can hear me at this point. If so he just listened to me sing the Chicago soundtrack all the way through like I was on Broadway….. … Continue reading
Posted in baby news, marriage, random pregnancy post
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So today, baby Sticky Icky Smelly Kelly (my sister pointed out the sticky today) is supposed to be about 4 inches and weighs in at 2 1/2 ounces, about the size of an apple.