Category Archives: woe is me

Road Trips With Kids

I used to love road trips. Now I dread them. Having children will do that to ya.  ​​ In this photo Hutch is crying, devastated because I put a batman tattoo on his hand. The tattoo came from a McDonald’s … Continue reading

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10 Reasons I Will Never Vote for Donald Trump

I don’t like to write about politics because I’m not good at it. I don’t know enough, I hate citing sources, I’m not a scholarly writer in the slightest. And for a long time I just straight-up didn’t care.  But … Continue reading

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On Gaining

I weighed 20 pounds more than I wanted to when I became pregnant with Hutchy. And then during my pregnancy I gained 60 pounds. SIXTY POUNDS. The enormity of that statement is not lost on me. It was so easy, … Continue reading

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Nomenclature

The baby is a boy. (This will come as no surprise to you if you follow me on Instagram, where I also post fairly regular photos of my ever-growing midsection. It’s not pretty. But you’re welcome to join me if … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Update: Week 17

Back when I announced I was pregnant I sort of expected that people would be annoyed by pregnancy update posts. I didn’t plan on writing too many of them for fear of alienating what few readers I had left (after … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Myths and Disappointments

Our baby is due August 3rd. Yet anybody who has been my friend (real friend, e-friend, or otherwise) for any period of time will recall that I hate August. The irony of this situation abounds. Poor Kyle, in his wonderfully … Continue reading

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