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Entries from June 2010

Playground Egalitarianism

June 29th, 2010 by Theodore | 11 Comments

Yesterday was screeching hot in New York City, so JP spent a good part of the day in the playground cooling off in the sprinkler. Later in the day he was joined by one of his little buddies for a playdate, and his friend’s mother brought along some water pistols for them to play with. [...]


Today I Am a Man!

June 29th, 2010 by Matt | 4 Comments

Yesterday, if you can remember, was hot. Hot and muggy. And by the end of the day, it was as if all the filth on the sidewalks had evaporated and was floating around in midair. Inside my apartment, it was nearly as disgusting, and while the air-conditioner struggled valiantly to cool the living room, Sasha’s [...]


When Your World Comes Crashing Down

June 28th, 2010 by Christopher | 6 Comments

I can’t get this out of my head. You go to the zoo on a summer afternoon. With your wife and 6-month-old daughter. They stop on the path so you can snap a picture, and a moment later your baby is dead and your wife is permanently hurt. The aftermath is predictable, this being the [...]


Pediatric Repetitis

June 28th, 2010 by Nathan | 3 Comments

I understand the evolutionary imperative that babies have to coo and smile and goo-goo-ga-ga their parents until those parents forget that they are no longer sleeping, having sex, or rock-n-rolling on any level. It’s a way to ensure that babies don’t get purposefully thrown out with, as they say, the bathwater. But what has evolution [...]




  

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