Archive for January, 2007


I Think I’ve Found It…The Ideal Computer Purse

As a frequent traveler, I’ve long been in search of items to help me travel a lot easier and smarter. This Christmas my brother bought me this small wheeled carry-on bag: from Magellan’s Travel. I used it on my last overnight trip. It was cool and a lot smaller than my usual 20″ carry on […]

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I Think I’ve Found It: The Ideal Computer Purse

Originally published at Welcome To The Dollhouse. You can comment here or there. As a frequent traveler, I’ve long been in search of items to help me travel a lot easier and smarter. This Christmas my brother bought me this small wheeled carry-on bag: from Magellan’s Travel. I used it on my last overnight trip. […]

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The Dollhouse Has Moved

Ages ago I got tired of Blogger’s outages and issues, so I moved this blog to WordPress. Come find me here: Welcome to the Dollhouse

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A Reprieve

After discussing the start of pumping with Dr. Goldfarb today, I’ve given myself a reprieve from my anticipated start-pumping date. I’ve decided to start after we send in our profile pages for the adoption books. (Yes, I’m stalling…) The good news on that front is that AdoringHusband and I finally have created a first draft […]

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That Looks Scary

Yesterday I met with my lactation counselor. She was a nice lady who did well to try to comfort me in spite of the rising terror in my face when faced with that green monstrosity: the Ameda Elite Hospital Grade Breast Pump. The thing is ginormous! I think I’m afraid of it. The counselor explained […]

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A Girl Like Me

A Girl Like Me This powerful recreation of Dr. Clark’s social experiment that led to the end of segregation is too powerful to be missed. 17-year old Kiri Davis re-created Dr. Clark’s experiment as her senior project. The video shows that from a young age, blacks have ingrained self-hatred that somehow must be overcome. Watching […]

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Why Millie Must Not Help With Baby Stuff

I love my friend Millie. She is both diva and pragmatist. Geek and gourmet. Southern and liberal. She is fabulous. But yesterday she went and did it! She really did it! As I lamented over the car seat issue, and finally came to grips with the advantage of buying an infant seat and then another […]

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Protected: Unpleasantness Aftermath

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Complicated Car Seats

The more I get into preparing for baby mode, the more complicated I find that everything becomes. I think I am ready to pull my hair out. So here is today’s issue. I want to buy the darn car seat. AdoringHusband was put in charge of doing the research. Of course this research coincides with […]

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Blog For Choice Day

Technorati tags: blog for choice I didn’t realize that this was Blog for Choice Day until visiting some of my favorite bloggers’ websites. I think the arrival of this day is timely after an incident that transpired in my office last Friday. I was minding my own business (as usual) when a co-worker that I […]

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