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The second installment of a new tradition: snapshots of Utah every month for a year.
This ornament is going to make my friend Leah so goddamn happy. Better than a gif of a naked baby bear dancing to the Bee Gees.
A gift guide that somehow ends up being about the obvious benefits of consensual homosexual polygamy.
Because I got really, really tired of explaining again and again that I do not get Minecraft, and no, I cannot help you.
My favorite songs of the very limited collection of new music I got to discover this year.
This season of illness is so not fucking around.
Just because she can't balance anything on her head doesn't mean she's completely useless.
I'm starting to change my mind about warning you to avoid adopting a herding dog.
If anyone gifts my 5-yr-old an object that makes or plays music, I will personally see to it that Santa takes a giant shit in their stocking.
Of course it snowed the morning that Marlo started feeling better. You could say that's just her luck, but I will say IT'S JUST UTAH.
It's only because of his age that I am not making him model entire outfits.
The tiny corner of the high desert that I managed to see during daylight.
This season has not been kind to my child in terms of illness, but she has so much content to pull from for her eventual award-winning collection of poetry.
This should also include a DVD of hundreds of episodes of "Scooby-Doo" in case he gets sick and needs you to help him sip Gatorade.
A tradition with my girls that delights this dog year after year, this season in particular.
When I asked the girls if we should get a real tree this year Leta said, "That seems like a lot of work." Only ask Leta her opinion if you really want to hear it.
For Gail, Jeannie, Erin, Diane, Casey, Suzie and Shelley, the Badass Beauties.
I'd actually encourage her to take this up over the violin any day of the week.
Before you judge me, remember that the other one I raised was deconstructing Shakespeare at her age and negotiating peace treaties between warring nations.
I don't get to spend nearly enough quality time with this part of my family, but when I do I'm reminded of the standard that has been set.