In which Papa Zesser weighs his reflexive dislike of corporate holidays, against the joys they were meant to fill. And finds, once again, that your mother’s pleasures exceeds his cynicism.
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In which Papa Zesser ponder a week that saw the emergence of not one — but two! — new teeth, amid much wailing and gnashing of teeth. And the baby cried quite a lot, too. (Click the headline to read more.)
In which Papa Zesser reflects on pain following a miserable night, even as his Baobao plays happily behind him as he types; a far cry from the agonized howls that rang through the air 12 hours before!
In which an exhausted Daddy Zesser flashes back to the Bad Old Days, when sleep was a fleeting luxury, and curses his daughter with the wish that, someday, she too will become a parent, so that she’ll understand what she puts her parents through! (Click the headline to read on.)
In which Papa Zesser ponders sudden panic, the dangers (and benefits) of comparing cousins, and revels in a sudden accomplishment. Also, he finds himself disregarding the advice of Doctor Spock against his better judgement.
One thing one can never say about baby foods (other than good Canadian cheddar, of course!) is that they are an especially spicy culinary genre. In the first year especially, such kitchen staples as salt, sugar and even honey are verbotten. So it takes more than a little imagination to keep baby satisfied! If the … Variety is the spice of spiceless foods
Small babies are not suppose to be given salt or refined sugars, but there’s no reason baby food must be tasteless! How about offering them a little sweet potato with their nutritious purée?
In which Papa Zesser looks back on 244 days of his darling Baobao’s life, and is forced to consider how lucky he and Raven have been – because yesterday was a hard day indeed. Click the headline above to read more …
In which Papa Zesser considers the virtues of common-sense, courtesy of the not-at-all-mythical Mama Raven. Read more by clicking the headline above.
In which Papa Zesser considers his family’s philosophies of food, and how Mama Raven puts it into practice. Click the headline to read more …!