In which Papa Zesser looks back on his first moment of terror as a father. Read more by clicking the headline above.
In which Papa Zesser looks back on his last letter and wonders if he came across too glib.
Also, your mother was right again!
In which Papa Zesser acknowledges the plague of Covid-19 and his own, relatively privileged position.
While others are suffering greatly, we have so far been only inconvenienced.
(And pictured here is Asta indicating she wants no more milk by carefully cupping the nipple with her palm.)
In which Papa Zesser acknowledges and celebrates your 200th day on Earth.
Where has the time gone, by darling daughter?
In which Papa Zesser looks back upon an encounter with Saint Nicholas, and ponders the importance of being honest with one’s child balanced with the value of joyful myth.