I’ve written before on some of my ideologies in being a parent. I’d like to do so again, in particular about instruction and reasoning.
Yesterday Namine asked me if I could show her some videos of her when she was a baby. Here’s a couple that she really likes.
We made a cake a couple nights ago, but last night’s events prevented us from having any. We all had some this evening.
Namine fell and hurt her head and back this evening. We’re finally back home from the hospital, and she’s only suffered a minor concussion.
Jessica and I have been to the hospital more times than we care to consider. All that has come with great cost, but great benefit too. I’d like to impart something. Not wisdom — I wouldn’t assume that much hubris; but at least experience, and perhaps understanding.
Second Amendment jokes, and all that.
I forget how Namine and I got on the topic of mummies. We were talking about pyramids, I think. Jessica might remember.
I asked Namine a serious question. I was not prepared for her answer.
Namine knows she’s named after a video game character, but tonight she played the game for the first time.
Jessica, Namine, and I were at the mall, doing some shopping, window and otherwise. I could do the typical guy thing and say they dragged me into Bath & Body Works, but it wouldn’t be true.