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Feet in the air and head on the ground

I have a funny relationship with my blog. The longer I go without posting, the harder it is for me to post. It's a weird and unexplainable psychological block. It's been a really long time since my last post, making this one particularly difficult for no apparent reason. For the record, I sometimes have the same difficulty with calling or writing to friends who I spoken or written to in awhile. I have no idea where it comes from or why, but by publicly acknowledging it here, I'm hoping I can stare it in the face and get past it.

So basically, if I haven't called you or written to you in awhile, it's not because I don't love you and/or miss you. It's because I'm a weirdo. But you probably already knew that. I'll try to be better.

So here's a basic update:

Baby - Everything seems to be progressing smoothly on that front. The baby seems to be happily and healthily hanging out in Lizzie's womb, wiggling, slam dancing, and otherwise building up momentum for his big debut in April. We're making progress on his room, as can be seen on Lizzie's blog, and I think we'll have everything in place for the wee lad when he shows up.

Work - The Book Mines are busy right now. Tight deadlines on my projects, employee reviews to write and revise, and lots of preparations to be made to ensure that everything runs smoothly while I'm out on paternity leave. Still, it's all under control, even if it means putting in some extra hours. No complaints.

Life - I have the most amazing wife in the world. Not only is she doing all the hard work of carrying our unborn child around with her 24/7, but she manages to do it with grace, beauty, and a level of sanity that impresses me on a daily basis. I'm a very lucky guy.

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