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Saturday, 18 August 2007
6 ways this new dad killed his baby daughter
Topic: Media

 

Parenting Magazine accepted this book excerpt as fit to print in their next (Sept) issue. It's from Not that You Asked by Steve Almond. If the title below was say, 6 ways this new mom killed her baby daughter, would they have still approved it?  Is it me?  Or is this really a cute dad piece?  I've already handed this off to the  proper authorities.

                  -- and --

    (and so on with Death 5 and 6)


Posted by athomedad at 7:18 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 18 August 2007 11:21 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 - 6:07 PM EDT

Name: "beachdad"

Yeah...  That bothers me.

Tuesday, 28 August 2007 - 1:05 PM EDT

Name: "Mamas Moon"
Home Page: http://www.mamasmoon.com

What the %&@$???  That' completely disturbing.  Somebody's got a really, really bad sense of cynical humor.

Monday, 24 September 2007 - 1:32 PM EDT

Name: "Alikatu"

Well, I'm a new mom of 3 weeks and, probably, much to your surprise, I have found this article to be a life-saver!  As well as humourous--once I caught on that it was tongue-in-cheek! 

Every time that I think that my baby is in distress, I think back to this article and realize that there are others with the same fears and worries.  And that my baby really isn't in distress, he's just being a baby.  It's what babies do.

No matter how many parenting books a person reads, parenting is not an exact science, and each infant responds uniquely to situations. And we love them so much, we can worry constantly about their well-being.  That's all that this article is about.

I have to go right now, my baby is starting to cry or, as otherwise titled, "This New Mom is Killing Him by Blogging" 

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