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More Than Enough Of My Daughter Dressing Like Us

My daughter insisted on dressing up as Scott and I, and she picked out what it meant to look like us.

N dressed like us

When I’m wondering if my daughter is enjoying dressing up as us or mocking us, I’m becoming more popular by reading and writing elsewhere.


My Other Hangouts (don’t tell my blog):

  • Would You Vote For Jesus? Questions Christian Voters Must Ask: On Progressive Christianity, I revamped an older piece on what Christian voters, particularly the “one issue voters” like anti-abortion voters, need to be asking themselves about their political canidiates: Not who is pro-life but who is the most Christ-like? (Thanks to my Facebook freaders for encouraging me on this piece. Progressive Christianity loved it and worked very quickly to get the piece edited, up on their site and in their monthly newsletter before election day.)
  • How do you blog so well: Lateenough: On Kevin Rothermel’s blog, he asked me “How does your typical blog post come to life?”, and I dish all my secrets, which basically come down to two words: Luck and organization.
  • A Halloween Costume That Includes Sweatpants And Chickens (you’re welcome): On This Blogger Makes Fun Of Stuff, “Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?” is one of my favorite Halloween costumes. It’s great for family with a new baby (like we did) or a couple (because who doesn’t want to order a rubber chicken off of amazon).

Favorite posts I didn’t read, I mean, write:

Alex Iwashyna

Alex Iwashyna went from a B.A. in philosophy to an M.D. to a SAHM, poet and writer by 30. She spends most of her writing time on LateEnough.com, a humor blog (except when it's serious) about her husband fighting zombies, awkward attempts at friendship, and dancing like everyone is watching. She also has a soft spot for culture, politics, and rude Southern people who offend her Yankee sensibilities. She parents 2 elementary-aged children, 1 foster baby, 3 cats, and 1 puppy, who are all Southern but not rude. Yet.

2 thoughts to “More Than Enough Of My Daughter Dressing Like Us”

  1. Thanks for posting Super Exhausted’s post on dealing with psoriatic arthritis! I wish more people knew that some of us in our 20s and 30s and 40s are dealing with a debilitating, degenerative disease.

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