1. I'm starting a blog. Your probably thinking, "How 21st Century!" Or you're wondering if my interest in this blog will last as long as my interest in starting up a gourmet pickles company. (It'll happen someday, just not right now.) Now that the Atomic Wife is pregnant, I thought I'd start a blog to track our adventure through pregnancy, and our ever-growing knowledge about baby-related things we currently know nothing about (i.e. everything).
2. The baby is due in 184 days. Speaking of not knowing anything: I have 184 days to learn how to change a diaper, and 184 days to learn how to actually hold a baby. That's right, I'm a grown man, and don't know how to hold a baby. People always ask me if I want to hold their baby. Then right before they hand the baby over to you, everyone in the room starts shouting "SUPPORT THE HEAD!" (like I know how to support the head). That's about all I know about holding a baby. You need to support the head.
3. Last night, I had to Google "How do you put an infant in the grocery store cart?" I still don't know. The grocery cart doesn't have anything to support the head.
4. Is it wrong that I want to wear my GoPro helmet cam in the delivery room?
5. I looked online at strollers. I found one with a speedometer and daytime running lights. You think I'm kidding? At least it has cup holders. Still don't know if it has something built-in to support the head.