What Almost Made Me Cry Today: Underwear Edition

February 17th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in What Almost Made Me Cry Today  |  1 Comment

small outfitSpent some time on a small household project: refinishing an old chair my wife bought a few years ago. (Danish Modern, oil finish, very nice.) Those hand-rubbed finishes you see in the furniture ads require lots of rags (plus elbow grease), and I grabbed a handful of them from the bag of worn-out clothes we keep in the storage closet. They turned out to be three-month-size undershirts that were too stained or tatty to become hand-me-downs. And they’re tiny. TINY.

He got so big so fast! Boring-boring-boring parent observation, I know. They all do that. But it’s true.


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  1. Michael says:

    February 17th, 2010at 11:25 am(#)

    Oh…you ain’t just a kiddin’. They grow up reallllly fast. Too fast. Enjoy every moment. Sounds cliche’, but it’s true. :-)

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