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  1. Friday, July 21, 2017:
    Maia Week #2 Battle Report    Learning to understand Maia has been a lot like the level progression in a well-designed video game -- new challenges are introduced as we master the old ones, but not so quickly that we uninstall the game. We stopped the extra 20 minutes of syringe feeding at the end of week #1, which was immediately replaced by 20 minutes of post-feeding fussiness that we had to deal with, not unlike that friend that always orders the extra cheese fries then spends the end of dinner complaining about how much gym purgatory said cheese fries will require.   Once we'd gotten the handle on the fussiness, she switched to "cluster feeding", which sounds like a distributed way to feed her with four computers in parallel over the Int...
  2. Wednesday, July 19, 2017:
    Memory Day: Snapshots  This picture was taken yesterday at  8:08 AM .     Maia was 12 days old, Booty was 14 years old, and I was 37 years old. It was not quite feeding time, so I'd gotten up a few minutes early to have a quiet moment with Maia and teach her how to cosplay as a Roman mummy. Meanwhile, Booty is trying to give me pink eye -- Classic prank, Booty! 
  3. Friday, July 14, 2017:
    Maia Week #1 Battle Report    Maia is one week old as of yesterday and everyone is doing well. Rebecca has dibs on the birth story and days in the hospital, so I can skip ahead to the days spent since we got home on Sunday afternoon.   Babies have to eat 8 times a day in the beginning, and some early concerns about Maia's weight and ability to breastfeed resulted in a byzantine progression of feeding steps requiring two people. This involved boobs, pumps, and syringes, such that each feeding took 1 - 1.5 hours for both of us to accomplish (8 - 12 hours per day).   Boiling down to pure logistics, caring for a newborn is really just a discrete calculus of hours in the day. With a fixed number of hours required for feeding both t...
  4. Wednesday, July 12, 2017:
    Chad Darnell's 12 of 12      12:52 AM : Feeding #1 for the day.          5:09 AM : Feeding #2 for the day.          8:19 AM : Feeding #3 for the day.          9:03 AM : Soul sisters.          9:36 AM : Bagel for breakfast.          10:55 AM : Feeding #4 for the day.          1:22 PM : Taking Booty to the vet for a swollen lower jaw.          2:57 PM : Waking up for Feeding #5.          3:11 PM : Belated lunch of leftov...
  5. Friday, July 07, 2017:
    Welcome Baby Uri!  Maia Holly Uri! entered the world at 8:49 PM on Thursday, July 6, 2017.      She weighed  6 pounds and 0 ounces . Mother, father, and daughter are all doing fine! 
  6. Monday, July 03, 2017:
    Timelapse Day    41 weeks and no baby yet! I start my 6 weeks of leave today anyhow and we're passing the time with nature walks and rare movie theatre trips.   
  7. Wednesday, June 21, 2017:
    Memory Day: Snapshots  The picture on the left is Rebecca at 4 months (October 1983), while the picture on the right is me at 20 months (May 1981).     This should allow you to extrapolate what our daughter will look like. You can check your work against the crazy 3D ultrasound image below!   
  8. Wednesday, May 10, 2017:
    Baby Day: Dominant and Recessive Traits   table.table170510{ border: 1px solid black; } table.table170510 td { border: 1px solid black; padding: 5px; background-position: right; } table.table170510 td li { margin-left: 12px; } td.bu170510 { background: url('/images/news/17/05/10-01.png') no-repeat transparent; } td.ru170510 { background: url('/images/news/17/05/10-02.png') no-repeat transparent; } td.no170510 { background: url('/images/news/17/05/10-03.png') no-repeat transparent; } td.br170510 { background: url('/images/news/17/05/10-04.png') no-repeat transparent; }            REBECCA     rebecca         BRIAN &nb...
  9. Wednesday, May 03, 2017:
    Memory Day: The Past 10 Years  I think we've put our pre-baby years to pretty good use.       
  10. Monday, March 06, 2017:
    List Day: Parenting Responsibilities     5 Things I'll Excel At      Dad jokes    Logistics    Babyproofing    Patience    Preparing meals with sufficient amounts of protein      5 Things I'm Not Looking Forward To      Playing make-believe    General increase in ambient noise    Reduction in personal free time    Kid germs    Chauffeuring to organized sports practices   
  11. Wednesday, February 22, 2017:
    Happy 222 Day!    To celebrate 222 day, we went in for an ultrasound and now know the gender of our baby. Who wants to guess?
  12. Monday, January 02, 2017:
    Happy New Year!  Here's something we're looking forward to in 2017:   

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