This month’s Lowcountry Parent column is about our child’s first haircut. An absolute tearjerker for any parent.
Of course I’m referring to when they tell you what it costs.
P.S. I wholeheartedly encourage you to chime in — via posting a comment to the LP page — with your own tips. After all, we owe it to those other suckers who are having a child.
In this month’s Lowcountry Parent magazine (it’s the periodical you’ve no doubt seen sitting in your pediatrician’s office but have never picked up except that one time you had a canned Coke and because the end table sitting next to you in the waiting room looked like it was probably fairly expensive you used one as a coaster) — where I write a monthly parenting column — I tackle the touchy subject of … well, you know. This.
Occasionally I like to post things on this site that have nothing to do with my son.
This is not one of those times.
HOWever, even though the subject of this column is River, at least it’s not a bunch of photos of him with his foot in his mouth. In fact, if you read closely enough, you’ll even notice that there are a few sentences that don’t have the words “my son” in them.
Hey, it’s a start. Anyway, for those of you terrified to click on links to other sites or whose mouse broke right after you clicked on this page, here’s a PDF version of my latest column Baby Daddy, which runs every month in Lowcountry Parent, which you should check out if you have kids/gave up on ever having fun again.
OK everybody (Mom), here’s the long-awaited premiere of my new column “Baby Daddy,” which will run every month in Lowcountry Parent magazine.
Enjoy. Or don’t. I already got paid, so it doesn’t really make a difference to me.
(NOTE: Check back soon for the link on the home page to all these columns. As well as a version that doesn’t require 20/5 vision to read.)