Tag Archives: Europe

Long Distance Pregnancy

For much of her pregnancy, my wife lived in Florida while I lived in North Carolina.  As we had before, we commuted frequently (2 to 4 times a month) with one of us flying to visit the other.  Before the … Continue reading

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Aunts & Uncles

Our daughter is fortunate to have two aunts and three uncles just by showing up.  Even more fortunate is that all of them take an active, albeit from a distance, positive role in her life.  Over time, we have added … Continue reading

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Photographs

As mentioned under the Privacy tab/ page above, I most concerned about privacy.  At the risk of rendering this blog a bit more impersonal, you won’t see the names or recognizable images of my daughter or my wife on this … Continue reading

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World Traveler/ World View

Since people my age often enjoy travel, my wife and I decided to continue traveling with our daughter, letting me enjoy something I dearly love with her.  We are delighted to report that she has the travel bug too.  In … Continue reading

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An Early Sign of Coming Change – Part II

Beginning with wandering around London and for the next ten days, my wife and I talked a lot about what to do.  Previously we had decided not to have any children, given my age and our careers.  And now, that … Continue reading

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An Early Sign of Coming Change – Part I

London, first Saturday in November 2004 – My wife and I make a point to talk every single day even when apart.  We have managed to do this every single day we have known one another, except for a single … Continue reading

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