I write about life in Baltimore, MD as experienced by two women adjusting to their new roles as expectant parents.

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  • Buy, buy baby?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Under normal circumstances, I am a champion shopper.  I have been known to clock some pretty serious hours perusing the offerings of retailers both physical and virtual; in my teenage years, my sister and I could make a whole day out of a mall trip...
  • Snips and Snails
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I'll have to get back to the Ohio/Indiana trip in a bit.  My wife and I just got  some incredibly exciting news...we went in for our big ultrasound yesterday and learned that her tummy tenant is a bouncing baby BOY!  18 weeks and 6 days to go... b...
  • Home Sweet Home?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    We went house-hunting last week. As previously mentioned, our current dwelling is not appropriate in size or geographic location for the housing of a newborn.  When our son gets here, we'd like to have enough unused square footage to accommodate a...
  • All I want is a room somewhere…
    on Jan 1, 1970
    We went house-hunting again last night, with better results.  Carol set up showings at three properties in the Lutherville/Timonium area; she met us in front of the first one on the list at 7:30 PM, looking like she really wanted to take off her hig...
  • Feed me, Seymour.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    If the baby is a girl, maybe we'll name her Audrey after that man-eating plant from Little Shop of Horrors.  Baby is hungry - I'm talking just-rescued-from-a-desert-island-after-three-months-of-amateur-spearfishing hungry - and the only way that it...
  • Wet Paint
    on Jan 1, 1970
    When we bought our house, the sellers proudly promoted the fact that they had installed new windows in all of the front rooms.  Tragically, they selected the cheapest windows available at Home Depot and decided to forego the frippery of frames and s...
  • Goodnight, Moon.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I couldn't sleep last night. This is unusual for me.  My wife is the insomniac of the family; she averaged three to four hours of shut-eye a night until March, when her pregnancy hormones kicked in and turned her into a drooling nap addict.  I am...
  • Bus Stop Blues
    on Jan 1, 1970
    My wife and I moved to Baltimore from Chicago during the summer of 2007.  In Chicago, we lived near a Blue Line stop; the rattling ingress and egress of trains was a noise we both found oddly soothing, a kind of urban version of one of those  "natu...
  • Midwest Madness, part 1
    on Jan 1, 1970
    My wife and I went to Hanover, Indiana by way of Cincinnati, Ohio last weekend.  The idea was to be present at the wedding of two very dear friends (female, liberal, and into things renaissance-related) while squeezing in a visit to my wife's parent...
  • Cat and Mouse
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Sasha found a mouse on Saturday. We were awakened from a midafternoon nap by the sound of her "death yodel."  Whenever she finds any sort of "prey," sasha emits a long, low, and extremely creepy yowl just before she launches her attack.  She makes...
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