Don’t Phunk With My Peas

I had a long post about privacy in mind that would touch on the issues and dilemmas raised by several fine bloggers and organizations, but I don’t have the time or energy to write anything more intelligible than they already have on the topic.

This is, in part, due to 3B sleeping so well last night–straight through the night, in fact, after a long day playing with his friend. This led to Mama and l staring at the ceiling in the dark from 4:30 until he awoke at 6:30, asking ourselves, “Why is he still asleep? Is he OK? Should we check on him?” Not that we couldn’t see him clearly on the video monitor.

I think that we just felt lost without the worry that he would wake up and not get enough sleep. After all, what’s a parent without worry?

So instead of what were sure to be profound thoughts on privacy, I give you this invasion of 3B’s privacy. I had to post this somewhere other than YouTube, which assumes that everyone is smart enough to shoot video in landscape, not portrait. In defense of my denseness, I’m a worried, sleepless man.

I did try, however–I had someone rotate it for me–not that it made a difference when I did post it on YouTube:


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  • seriously? your techie skills amaze me.

  • Yay, isn’t the full night’s sleep wonderful!! Right now the Huntlings have some kind of psychic Mama link that causes them to only wake up with sore throats, coughing, etc. at the exact moment I start to fall asleep. Gotta love that.

    3B sure likes those green beans, eh?

    **Unsolicited advice alert*
    If you’re concerned about reducing plastics for him (polystyrene, polypropylene, and polyvinyl chloride, oh my!) we had good success feeding our kids with little wooden spoons sold as spice or condiment spoons. They’re still softer than metal and are non-toxic.