Archive for the ‘Blogkeeping’ Category

I do a lot of writing purely for your reading pleasure, and I’ve never asked anything of you for this three-laughs-a-minute joyride.  But today, you’re going to do something for me.  Actually, for some kids.  And some teachers.  Well, for all of us, really. You, perhaps for the first time all day, are going to […]

Funny by proxy


It’s Labor Day weekend, so I’m going to spend the time I would have spent posting eating meat.  But I didn’t want to leave you with nothing. Here’s someone else’s good work.  My theory is that by showing it to you, I myself may seem mildly funnier with only a few keystrokes.

I did a written interview with daddy rockstar. It’s about the dangers of sharing photos and information about your kids online. But I think it used up all my words for a few days. I’ll post some more details about the first week once it’s over and I can write coherently for more than 80 […]

Okay, not really. But I don’t plan on using the actual baby’s name in this blog, so I’m going to need a pseudonym. I thought it might be fun to open it up to the vast and limitless wisdom of the Internets. Even if I don’t know the gender yet. Here are some to start. […]

Thanks to Paul Nyhan at the Seattle Post Intelligencer for giving DoB a shout out in his blog today. Paul raises a good point in the wake of the NYT article on the glass ceiling for Mom bloggers – what about Dads? Slowly, we’re working our way across the blogosphere as well.  The first hit […]

I’m not 100% positive. But it seems to me that there aren’t that many blogs for new dads out there that are both funny and useful. So I thought I’d try this out. I’m not particularly interested in reading about the details of someone else’s child’s life. So I won’t focus my energies on providing […]