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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Where Has the Time Gone?

I have all but abandoned this blog. That makes me sad, really; I enjoyed the heck out of blogging. Life is hectic; time is fleeting. Finding little moments to compose something thoughtful about the beautiful but mundane moments is far tougher now than it once was. I'll leave off with a status report, at least, in the hopes that time will avail itself more often soon.
I am now a stay-at-home father while seeking employment outside of the home. We have relocated to Perrysburg, Ohio, a suburb outside of Toledo, and we have settled in nicely. The boys, now a little over 16 months old, have grown like little weeds and are beautiful, wonderful and they cause an incredible amount of havoc and chaos. Amanda's mother takes the boys twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays); the boys seem to absolutely love this time with her. This helps me keep up on housework, get in some extra job seeking time, spend a little time trying to work on my neglected thesis and generally keeps me sane.

A photo or two of the little guys is needed, I think:





I hope there are more posts to come. I keep up on reading, just not posting!

3 comments:

twinsofthefather said...

It's hard to keep up with blogging sometimes. I'm pretty sure it's been 6 months since I've updated mine. In the end, I blog when I can, when I remember, and when I have something to say. as someone who follows your blog, I'd rather rare posts, than none at all.

twinsofthefather said...

It's hard to keep up with blogging sometimes. I'm pretty sure it's been 6 months since I've updated mine. In the end, I blog when I can, when I remember, and when I have something to say. as someone who follows your blog, I'd rather rare posts, than none at all.

Mommy, Esq. said...

I just started up again too! I can't believe they are 16 months, I feel like you just posted newborn photos. I have an almost 16 month old and since my twins are older I can tell you 100% that the hardest age is 16-23 months. No joke. Good look, hang in, there and like the internet project says "It gets better".