Posts in category "White Sox"

Bullied Wins Another Award! Just in Time for San Diego Comic-Con’s First Anti-Bullying Panel!

Bullied Wins Another Award! Just in Time for San Diego Comic-Con’s First Anti-Bullying Panel!
Score one for the good guys. For all those fascinated by the endless variations in the epic fight of good versus evil, Comic-Con is a story-lover’s dream.  There is no limit to the interpretations of baddies versus goodies. This year, Comic-Con will take the abstraction a step further – in addition to exploring the struggles... Read more »

An all-American week, including a scolding in the White House

An all-American week, including a scolding in the White House
We just completed an all-American week.  It started on Monday when we celebrated the Fourth of July in Washington DC.  We were in our nation’s capital for my sister Lisa’s wedding, where Katie and Annie Rose were flower girls alongside their cousins, Sophie and Olivia. We took a tour of the White House, where Annie... Read more »

Adopted by the Geeks and Nerds

Andrew and I were the first ones to adopt K.  She has lived with us from the time she was several months old, and we have escorted her through the ups and downs of daily life for seven years. And then last month there was the great water bottle incident, where K was teased for... Read more »
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You Better Be Able To Do Better

Recently, mamapedia.com published a post I had written about the process of completing an adoption home study.  One of the topics I discussed was how there are no papers to file when you make a baby the old-fashioned way, but if you want to adopt, you must jump through multiple hoops to prove you are... Read more »

It's Not About A Boy

We did not find out ahead of time the gender of our new baby.  It was fun to speculate with Katie and Annie Rose about whether they would end up with a little sister or a little brother. Annie Rose expressed a preference for a brother.  Halfway through my pregnancy, she declared, “If the baby... Read more »