August 31st, 2007
Ever since Emma was a baby, we’ve loved being able to have her in the office with us. Now that she’s turned into a toddler (amazing transformation, by the way), she can wreck some first-class havoc with cables, filing cabinets, and anything else that is supposed to be orderly. So we’ve had to get pretty creative with our office setup in order to have her in here while we’re working.
When Selah was born, my whole family came out to visit. My dad, who is a construction contractor, helped me do some serious child-proofing. I am pretty proud of the results, so I thought I’d share some pictures with you.
The Child-Resistant Office, bird’s eye view.
(The photo has notes – click on the photo to see them.)
My dad is very creative. Here is what we ended up doing with the cables:
What’s Next? Maybe a little toddler desk, where she can express her toddler creativity.
August 28th, 2007
Around 300,000 Haitian children are ‘restaveks,’ forced by their families to become servants to others, mainly in the capital, Port-au-Prince. Carmen Russell and Dane Liu report on the phenomenon and on efforts to change the system.
August 24th, 2007
Yes ladies and gentlemen, it is my FIRST iPod. I am at least six years behind the rest of the world. I am probably The Last Person In The United States To Buy Their First iPod. (Actually, that title is still held by my wife, Bethany.)
It is a wee little iPod Shuffle. This thing really is amazing – so incredibly simple. Pretty, simple, elegant, efficient.
Oh, and it was from Apple Refurbished, so it only set me back $50!