Monthly Archives: May 2005

We are practicing not Bogarting Max. Here is Perry getting a turn. Note the unprofessional technique: Max has folded himself in half. Later, Perry caught on, which is good because he is going to have one of these himself come … Continue reading

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Here’s Max with our cousin Sarah. He is now tolerating hats on occasion. Sarah brought us vegetarian chili. Often, I hate vegetarian chili, but Sarah does it up right. You are welcome to give it a shot, buy be forewarned.

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This is just impossible: filing the nails of a squirming infant. He needs to be sedated by the sling if we are to have any chance.

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After a bath, Max is furious. Furious. But once swaddled, he chills out and is at his alert-est for many hours. This is after his traditional 4th week alive washing. There are volumes written on how to properly wash a … Continue reading

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Here we are again, post-bath. I am able to comfort him because of my supernatural powers. Note the holy glow.

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Max rarely sleeps in his bed. In fact, he only stayed like this for about 40 seconds, which is why we bothered to take a picture of him like this. Soon after, he began to cry and needed to be … Continue reading

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Mid-May in Boston is the among the six weeks of the year (also on the list: two weeks in early fall before it gets really cold, the part of June before it gets hot, each day when it snows but … Continue reading

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Our newest and best gadget is this jaunty maroon-and-orange sling. It enables one to stuff the baby in a sack. The sack has a cellphone pocket, for people who either leave the house (not us) or are too lazy to … Continue reading

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Again, the black and white works its magic. This is why night is always in black and white. Mostly black.

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This might be a week old. Who knows? It is hard to keep track of what happens when. Either way, we think that he looks like a grouchy old wizard in this picture, mostly owing to the pointy hat. Those … Continue reading

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