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October 20, 2011


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MD..eff those mean girls in PTA...they think because they're older people will listen....Meh. It's the new clique, same as the old clique...who needs em! I haven't really missed what you haven't been writing, but if it gets more frequent, I can deal. I love your style! And I love posts that you do for Andy, too.


Hurray! Best news I've heard in a while!

Paige Jennifer

(insert excited I've-got-no-rhythm-but-that-won't-stop-me-because-in-my-head-I-move-like-Beyonce dance here)


Congrats on the book! I enjoy it when you make an appearance on twitter, too. Always worth the wait. Looks like you'll have quite a cheering section as you move forward. Go!


Praise Jesus-I'm stuck on bedrest for oh, 18 more weeks, and now, at least, I'll have some funny shit to read, whilst incubating.


So glad to see that you will be posting here more. Can't wait for the book to come out. Thinking of a book tour yet? too early?

Did the new girlfriend happen to be the girl in the car next to you picking her nose that you tweeted about?


Thank the lord. YOU'RE BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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YESSS. It was disappointing to drop by and see no updates.


Oh Pierre, I've missed you so!




He's baaaack!


I love your writing. Am so thrilled that you will be blogging more often!


nice to see you're coming back.


You know, if you were a woman you'd get seven different kinds of shit for admitting there times when you question the wisdom of breeding. Thankfully, you're not a woman so you're good.

Glad you're back.


Am glad you decided to keep writing instead of stopping. Have missed your writing. Your posts bring humour to parenthood which I so desperately need.

Daddy Geek Boy

Welcome back!

Lisa T

So glad you're back! I just read all your archives and I loved every single post. Can't wait for that book to come out. Sure to be a best-seller!

Eunice Yoon

I seriously thought of how it would make my day to read new post from you last night.and there it is!!!!

and please, when you publish your first book, don't forget to to schedule a book tour!

but don't worry, you will never be famous.


That's a wonderful way to summarize your blog "I'd say it was simply about life, love, and the gentle art of raising children." I love this piece and am also diggint the title :)

I was wondering would you be interested in sharing your articles with other like-minded parent bloggers? If yes, please email me at info@atomicreach.com with Parents in the subject line.



This made my day!


Looking forward to more funny posts. I think daddy blogs are the equivalent of (most) mommy blogs but with 100% less guilt!


I enjoy reading your stories about your life as a dad and your cute daughter. thanks for sharing and keep on writing.


PK, about time you reinvigorated this web-blog, please get off your ass and fill this thing up with your most welcome observations about food, movies, crazy people, bad books, astrology, your terrible National League team, et cetera --> in other words, welcome back, we love you the most, and quit dicking around let's go


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It's funny how happy I am knowing that I'll get to read more updates from you, considering that I actually don't know you at all.
Your blog posts actually gives me strength. Welcome back. :)

Backwards Amber

"I know there are some people out there who say, “I can’t remember life before my baby was born!” Really? There was nothing memorable about your life before you had a kid? That totally sucks. Because I had a shitload of fun before I had a child, and I enjoy those memories just as much now as I did then. Heck, many times those memories are what get me through the night! "

HAHAHAHAH THIS THIS THIS. I had a fuck-ton of fun before I had kids. Hell, I had most of that fun before I went to college (took a few years off before I came back to reality). No regrets!


This is a sneaky post about your other posts.

(That's me being the equivalent of my four year old self, knowing my napping dad was still in there. "ARE YOU IN THERE DADDY?" I say, while peeling up one of his eyelids.)


I fucking love you.


I'm so glad to hear that you'll be writing more! I don't have kids, but love your writing.

Asha Dornfest

YAYYYYYY. I'll be here! Never left. Such great news (both blog and book).


Well wait a fucking minute, will ya? What's this "Thank God I have an amazing girlfriend". Some more on that please. Glad to have you back man. In your absence, I had to read some mommy blogs of the variety that covers the non-topics you listed and I think half of my brain atrophied. And I am a mommy myself. I need to do a blog-cleanse, and that means reading more of you and much less of that other crap.


I'm with lolismum! What's this about an amazing girlfriend? I can hear the sound of millions of hearts breaking all over the internet.




You make me realize I can't write. Well.


Hilarious-the different types of playground parents is so funny. I'm guilty to being the bookworm one but most of the girls I went to Vassar with now residing in NYC have got to be the Soho chic!
Would you mind if I published this post in my blog?

I will wait for your reply-thanks Jennifer


Well, hallelujah and thank you baby Jesus!
Missed reading your musings, your rants and hearing about the Peanut. So glad you're back.

My peanut is 2.5 right now and your Open Letter to Toddlers is still solid *GOLD*

Lee Marvin

Well, I'm really glad that you've decided to return to entertain us. While I will definitely buy the book, I'm really anxious for the sitcom. Talk your way on to something like (any funny sitcom of your choosing) and tear up the joint. If any one can do this, MD can!!!

Seriously, really glad your back!

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Welcome back. And be sure to post many many articles.

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Found your post interesting to read. I cant wait to see your post soon. Good Luck for the upcoming update. :) Thanks for sharing!


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Man, I really want to anettd you class. Unfortunately, this is the weekend of my birthday, and my friend already schedule all sorts of fun. Is there any chance you might consider doing another class in Portland or Seattle in the near future? If so, let me know. I might be able to help with setting up a book event to go along with your class.


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Heh. Every girl needs an internet BFF. So, sure! Ah, yeah, I saw the Chipmunks, too, but I was too afarid I would get bitten or it would escape from the cage and raise hell in the apartment. I don't know how I would have explained that or a piglet walking up the stairs with me everyday. It probably is a good idea I didn't get one because I have no idea what I would have done with it when I left.Phil calls me Shampoo, which I sorta find offensive, but that just means I can run around the house saying, Wo ai ni, Philby.

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