So much loss. Not even a year ago I had to write a post entitled The Loss of Lily, and now I’m back memorializing Anika. Unlike that time, I’ve been sharing my joy and trepidation about the pregnancy on this blog, hoping that it wouldn’t turn out like before. On September 15th, I had to […]
So Annie went from being mostly on bed rest to full on bed rest a couple of weeks ago, and it has been very hard for everyone. Watching my wife struggle is never fun. Seeing her frustrated, isolated, and uncomfortable is hard. Trying to be there for her needs as well as my own has […]
Over the last couple of months, I’ve been spending some free time working with my sister and brother-in-law to update the website for the business that their father started and they’ve since taken over. The site was just HTML written over the years to present information about Acadians and sell Acadian genealogical records. There are […]
I often push my way into conversations with people about their cell phones. I am curious what they think of them and what they are planning on getting next. Sometimes, I even get asked my opinion. I try to keep up with what is happening in the Canadian cell phone market, and today I wanted […]
If you’ve been waiting for a better version of Spore (don’t get me started on that game… I had such high hopes), or just want to explore an endless feeling universe, then No Man’s Sky might be the game for you. What is No Man’s Sky? No Man’s Sky is a first-person procedurally generated universe […]
Annie and I decided to get additional genetic testing for Baby B, and it included the option to find out the gender of our baby. I’ve known for a week now, while Annie and our families found out last night.
As some of you know, I’ve been working on building out a family tree on My Heritage for a while now, and I’m happy to say that today it has tipped over the 3,000 people mark. Here are some facts for those that are interested. Out of 3002 people: 54% are male, and 46% are […]