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From the mouths of babes

Yesterday afternoon, Minnow and I were driving home from daycare and Minnow was repeatedly requesting “the baby song” (Hush, little baby) from the car stereo. After about the sixth playing of the song, we had the following conversation. SciWo: “Are you a baby?” Minnow: No. I’m not a baby. SciWo: “Are you a grown-up?” Minnow:…

Hahahah, I foolishly thought that, when summer officially started, my life would settle down. Hohoho, so why don’t I try to complicate things by, oh, I don’t know, how about moving, and putting our house on the market? So here are some updates that give a somewhat authentic snapshot of what I’m doing right now,…

Why doesn’t the Daddy just stay home?

I’ll pick up on a comment thread from the last post, in which I argued that whether women with high earning jobs and high earning partners were “opting out” or being forced out missed the fact that many women with high-earning jobs are financially supporting their families and can’t afford to even contemplate “opting out.”…

I am a parent-blogger

Kate, our lovely host for the December edition of Scientiae has decreed that the theme is “transcending the debate.” Here’s my (late) entry. Look for the carnival up around the 3rd. Much of what I’ve been blogging about lately has not particularly been about science or about women in science or about women at all.…