A Letter to Our High Maintenance Roommate

When evaluating any typical roommate situation it is best to find those who respect your privacy and don’t sock you in the family jewels or poke you in the eye with a toy train track when you’re not looking. We missed adding those disclosures to our lease. Learn from our experiences in this post.

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1st Birthday Gift Ideas

A lone candle sans flame for safety reasons plunged deep into the mushy body of a birthday cake appears to be just another skinny cylinder of lackluster wax. It could’ve been so much more – the rim of FDR’s glasses at a nearby wax museum, the tip of a vibrant new crayon color, or the…

Pampers N’ Pints 2014 Beer Madness

Most of you have already been eliminated from your NCAA bracket challenges and have started drinking beer anyway, so I’d like to introduce the first ever Pampers n’ Pints Beer Madness. Yes, finally brackets I can’t screw up… Wait, how does this work? I hope I don’t have to do any math. 16 beers have…

Zombie or Baby?

This week’s post has three steps to it… ready? 1) Watch video with sound and all the way to the end 2) Fill out poll 3) Read beer review 4) Make out with the first person you see to your left (One of the four is optional, so if I don’t get many polls filled…

The Baby Apocalypse

“Only baby blog on the web that manages to talk about baby dreams and a primate being pelted in the family jewels in the same entry…”   – Random reader that doesn’t exist Typically the sound of a screaming giraffe being attacked by a lion, just moments away from its imminent demise coming from your bedroom…

Lake Jingleheimer Is My Lake Too

Tales from the “Big Day” Preparing for the day of birth is a lot like preparing for Gettysburg. Your gear is packed and loaded, you’ve trained for months, and you’re confident that the agreement you made with your partner ahead of time will stand in the heat of battle. (This is the pact made during…