In Epcot

July 7th, 2014

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More to come! Happy summer!

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TV Turnoff

June 12th, 2014

Last September, Em’s school encouraged kids to enter something called “TV Turnoff”. They had the option of signing up for Gold (no TV or screens Sunday through Thursday); Silver (30 minutes per day, Sunday through Thursday); or Bronze (1 hour per day, Sunday through Thursday.) At the end of the year, if each kid stuck with it, he or she would receive an award. Em signed up for silver.

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Pride Festival. Face Painting.

June 9th, 2014

We went to the Pride Festival this weekend and Em and Elliot had their faces painted.

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A True Suburbanite

June 8th, 2014

I got a flag. I hung it out front. I’m now that guy.

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A Post About Poop

June 5th, 2014

Hey internet, it’s me, the girl who can’t seem to find time to post. It’s been crazy around here lately. But I have a favor to ask, if anyone is actually reading this. I need your help. It’s about poop, or lack thereof.

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Walter. Chillin’ Outside.

June 3rd, 2014

Look at his tiny baby cleavage!

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Walter. 17 Days Young.

April 12th, 2014

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Walter Edison Boudreaux

March 26th, 2014

Walt was born yesterday at 6:50 PM. He was a whopping 9 pounds, 7 ounces, which is just crazy. He was the biggest baby born at this hospital yesterday.

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On GitHub, Leadership and Holacracy.

March 18th, 2014

I first got word of the GitHub debacle via Twitter from friend, Derek Powazek. Basically, a woman by the name of Julie Ann Horvath was forced out of GitHub due to sexism and intimidation by one of the founder’s wives, a woman who doesn’t even work for GitHub. It’s a pretty convoluted story, but the above link does an alright job of breaking it down. And the story, unfortunately, isn’t anything new for the tech industry, which seems to be notorious for treating its female employees as lesser, if they hire female employees at all.

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False Labor

March 12th, 2014

On Monday night, Toby and I spent from midnight until 5 AM in the labor and delivery ward. It was a long night. I spent all day yesterday exhausted and trying hard not to cry. (I become an absolute mess on little to no sleep. Think doom and gloom and end-of-the-world scenarios and you have my yesterday.) Anyway…

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