Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Back to Blogging

Well, my baby boy is now a week old, and he’s remarkably less fussy than his sister was. She never wanted to be held and cried whenever she was awake (which was quite a bit of the night for the first few weeks); he would happily lay in your arms (or a “bouncy seat”) for hours at a time, rarely cries unless cold or hungry, and already sleeps very well at night. It’s funny how we have our personalities from the beginning.

So I should be back to more or less regular blogging again, barring any sudden relapse. In the mean time, I wanted to highlight a post at Unorthodoxology which “updates” the parable of the Good Samaritan (HT James McGrath). Also, in all the commotion, I neglected to link last week’s Christian Carnival, at Everyday Liturgy, which included this post of mine. This week’s Carnival is at Brain Cramps for God (it doesn’t include anything of mine).


David Henson said...

What a gorgeous baby! My son just turned 11 months old. I can't imagine keeping up with two, but I hear it's actually easier than just one. :)

Best of luck! (And thanks for the shout out)

Ken Brown said...

Thanks! So far my daughter (two years old) has been very good with the new baby, so that has been a blessing. But she's also been spoiled by a steady stream of relatives, so we'll see how she does once things settle back to normal.