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Tuesday, August 30, 2005
The Life of 3-Year-Olds
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 11:42 am

Me: “Hey there, my man. What are you doing today?”

Him: “Nothing.” [pause] “I have gum!”

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Tuesday, August 16, 2005
I Feel Safer
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 8:25 am

Don’t you?

Although for the record: there are times when children employ terroristic strategies to get what they want.

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1000 Words
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 8:00 am

I just saw the following picture on My Yahoo, which captures my early morning (starting at 4:19):

Now, keep in mind Middle Son has extremely low storm tolerance, and Youngest Son has only moderate storm tolerance.

And, the cherry on the sundae was that the a power went out for a while as well…

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Monday, August 15, 2005
How Can it Be?
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 8:44 pm

How can it be that a child who has been up since 6:30 and has been to school, isn’t asleep within 10 minutes after being laid down in a dark room in a comfortable bed?

I’d be out in less than 3.

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Saturday, August 13, 2005
Photoblogging: Batman
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 1:12 pm

Actual dialog:

Me: “Who are you?”

Him: “I’m Batman!”

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Stop The ACLU linked with Sunday Funny
Photoblogging: 3 Brothers
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 11:21 am

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PoliBlog: Politics is the Master Science » On Being Purposefully Childless linked with [...] ontext of marriage). Obviously, I am pro-procreation; after all I have an average-busting three childern, but I find myself rather unimpressed with Mohler’s piece and his argument. For one th [...]
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Malapropism of the Day
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 2:46 pm

Middle son kept telling about these mutlicolored “Star Wars” treats that he had been eating. I assumed it was some sort of fruit snack (it seem every cartoon has their own fruit chew, so why no Star Wars?).

Ends up he was referring to Starbursts.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2005
*Sniff* My Little Boy is Growing Up
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 3:22 pm

Eldest Son (8.5) just came into my office to ask when we were going to surround sound for the living room (actually, he said “sound surround”).

He is unhappy with the sound quality of the tv itself.

(Of course, I didn’t remind me that the reason there is no living room stereo right now it mostly because he thrashed the old receiver and blew out my speakers when he was around 2…).

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My Children are Hobbits
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 10:36 am

Or, at least, so it seems based on the number of breakfasts of which they partake.

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Friday, July 15, 2005
You Have Got to be Kidding Me
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 8:54 pm

Police: Coach told player to harm disabled teammate, 8

A T-ball coach allegedly paid one of his players $25 to hurt an 8-year-old mentally disabled teammate so he wouldn’t have to put the boy in the game, police said Friday.

Mark R. Downs Jr., 27, of Dunbar, is accused of offering one of his players the money to hit the boy in the head with a baseball, police said. Witnesses told police Downs didn’t want the boy to play in the game because of his disability.

Police said the boy was hit in the head and in the groin with a baseball just before a game, and didn’t play, police said.

“The coach was very competitive,” state police Trooper Thomas B. Broadwater said. “He wanted to win.”

It’s freakin’ T-Ball, for crying out loud (not that there is justification for this sort of behavior at any level of sport).

My word, what gets into people?

h/t: E-mail from Clint at Dixie on my Mind.

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The Florida Masochist linked with Co-Knucklehead of the Day award
Wednesday, July 6, 2005
A Report from the Front
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 3:55 pm

The vacation front, that is.

I see that things have been rather quiet here today, so here’s a little something from me. No politics today, my general lack of news exposure continues.

Here’s a little photo essay based on yesterday’s events. Enjoy:

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Monday, July 4, 2005
Happy Fourth of July
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 12:55 pm

A Happy 4th of July to you all. We are having a wonderfully relaxing time. Indeed, I haven’t a clue about the news, so have nothing to comment upon at the moment. I only this afternoon slipped into a place with WiFi (and good coffee-Panera Bread rocks), and am checking out some touristy information online and so I stopped by the see how things are going So far, so good, as I see that all of the guest blogger have posted at least once.

Cheers and I’ll catch you all later.

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Saturday, July 2, 2005
Clearly, My Son Hasn’t Played Enough Video Games
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 5:48 am

Via Reuters: Video gamers may have quicker eyes

Video game players may spend a lot of time on the couch, but when they’re ready to go out they can find their keys quicker than the rest of us, a study suggests.

The inventor of the phrase “if it had been a snake, it would’ve bit you” had my son in mind, let’s put it that way.

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Thursday, May 26, 2005
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 4:17 pm

Via WaPo: Great-Grandmother Gives Birth to Twins.

My word.

I am in my mid-30s and getting up in the night on occassion to take care of the kids wears me out. I can’t imagine having twins infants at 57.

(And whadday know: it’s an Alabama story).

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Wednesday, May 25, 2005
DC PhotoBlogging 5: Fun With Statues
By Dr. Steven Taylor @ 9:06 pm

One thing’s for sure: there are a lot of statues in DC.

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