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Sorry all. There haven't been many posts lately. I've been super busy with trying to get everything done for graduation, reorganizing our 800 sq ft 2 bedroom to fit 4 people, travelling to the clinical trial site, umpiring baseball and trying to find time to spend with Squirt. Batman (my son chose this to be his blogger name) has been...

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Comment by jrtpup on May 3, 2011 at 7:23am
Well geez Daddy SuFu, you really need to get your priorities straight!!!!
Comment by samsmom on May 3, 2011 at 6:58pm
Hahaha! I used to call those explosions "diaper blowouts" and my dad didn't know what I was referring to until he witnessed it. We used cloth diapers with a velcro diaper cover most of the time, instead of disposables. Got a good idea of what you're in the midst of right now. My 2 girls are 18 months apart. TuDi is all about Samantha, but I have Annebelle too. Sam thought Annebelle was great -- in the hospital -- then when she came home, Sam whacked her with a toy hammer. Had to remove all tools/weapons. Still pretty much the rule & they are 14 & 13.
Comment by SuFu, Ph.D. on May 4, 2011 at 11:11am
My wife was laughing today because the nickname I gave her at birth (Squirt) is very appropriate!

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