Do you remember where you were 10 years ago? Today is the tragic anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. As I write this, services have already been conducted in England. I was reminded of where I was 10 years ago, and the things that followed since. I gotta say — it’s been a very interesting decade. […]
Once you have a kid, your life is supposed to end. You’re supposed to become one of the living dead due to sleep deprivation. You don’t see friends anymore. You can’t go anywhere. You now hold a fragile china cup that might break at the slightest movement. You have to be silent as you tip-toe […]
We’re at home now. It was a blissfully short stay at the hospital for Alex and baby, and now we’re adjusting to the new family life. Except for Asia. She’s not really digging this loud pink thing that’s stealing her thunder…
Today started off like an ordinary day. I got up, showered, went to work, had breakfast, and prepared to go through the motions of an ordinary day. Then I got a text message from Alex. Her water had broken.
The as-of-yet unnamed Baby Sowrey entered this world at 18:24, weighing in at a hefty 9lbs. Both mom and baby are healthy and well (if a bit tired) and resting. Dad, on the other hand, is a bit of a nervous wreck… Welcome to the world, kid!
Stay tuned, folks! The world’s about to change. 🙂 Update: we’re at the hospital, but we might be sent home until things pick up a bit. But no matter what, baby’s coming in 18 hours, so says the doctor. Update (14:30 ish): we’re not going home after all! Alex is doing well (not feeling great, […]
Well, it’s happened. I am now officially on crack. Crackberry, that is…
Something else I’ve noticed about the iPhone — it takes a long time to charge. Or at least, the one I have in my possessive trust certainly does. For the record, I’m comparing this to my cell phone, an LG 6070. Perhaps not a fair comparison, but I’m coming from the experience angle.
And the wonders of renovations continue. As you are aware, we’re getting a new electrical service. The panel moved, the meter moved outside, and the wires into the house are being moved to the roof. Yesterday (yes, I’m a bit slow on this) the work was finished.