# new children 3.0 | ? <- who? 2.5 | / <- projected 2.0 | x <- Urahonky 1.5 | / 1.0 | x <- DyasAlure 0.5 | / +---------- Time
I've roughly fit a linear projection based on the events of the last month or two.
Who's next? =P
Do I have to do everything myself? I've given you all three months. Gawwwd.
Now @lonelyahava and I are expecting a spawnling of our own.
I know I don't know diddly-squat about programming, but I still lurk the thread regardless. That being said, my wife and I are having a baby in November. So I believe the appropriate response is:
You....you even "awesome"d it.
But seriously, congrats! When's the ship date?
Look, I needed some fake outrage, okay? :p
I set that up three months ago hoping that I'd be able to use it and darned if I miss the chance!
Hoping to release early next year.
Edit: Oh my gosh - can you be the cool Uncle that works at Nintendo that every kid wishes they had, but never did?
You know what, for you...yes, yes I can be that Uncle.
Although, unless I got a better position at Nintendo, I'm going to not re-up my contract and become a stay-at-home dad. The wife makes a lot of money at Microsoft as a software engineer and can support the family by herself.
Real Talk: Make sure you can handle being a stay-at-home dad. I have a demanding job and parenting all day is harder. Your boss is a fickle, emotional mess, your feedback is inconsistent and sometimes non-existent and there are no sick days.
Not to toot my own horn, but I think I'm pretty for the job. 5 siblings, 15 time Uncle/Granduncle, and 4 years experience at Chuck E. Cheese. Don't ask, it was a dark time. I'm also a light sleeper and a morning person, usually being good to go with only 5-6 hours of sleep. And coffee? That stuff is for the weak. Never needed it to function in the morning.
My wife can handle the most amazingly complex programming problems at her job, but give her less than 8 hours of sleep and she'll take until 10:30 to come online.
rex had a mixture of boob, EBM and formula for about six months - until he was really eating solids, to supplement the extra pump feed a day. it was very hard work. we were visiting the lactation clinic for essentially that whole time. he got off his one formula feed a day a few weeks ago, since he doesn't have any problems with cows milk. still goes for the boob like a maniac. even i have the scars to prove it. i don't even make milk, kiddo! no, that wasn't funny!
She is NOT a failure. A mother is only a failure when she chooses not to take care of her child willfully.
Motherhood is full of obstacles, so make sure you tell her she's doing a good job. It does wonders.
German beer styles continue to amaze me with how not into them I am.
Gueuze, on the other hand...
Petit Prince is nice, I hope you like it! I don't remember if I'd already mentioned it, but I have a 1.5 litre bottle of this bad boy waiting for my birthday.
Equipoise was brewed in September of 2014 with Hill Country well water, malted barley, oats, hops, ginger salt, and dried tarragon. It was then fermented in stainless steel with our unique mixed culture of microorganisms consisting of brewers yeast and native yeast and bacteria harvested from the air and wildflowers around our brewery in the Texas Hill Country. Puréed cantaloupe was added to the beer three days into fermentation. Finally, it was 100% naturally conditioned in bottles and kegs. Equipoise is 4.2% alcohol by volume, has a finishing gravity of 1.000 (0 degrees Plato), and was 4.32 pH and 26 IBUs at the time of bottling in October of 2014.