wit & whimsy

Interweb find: from Dump A Day.

Interweb find: from Dump A Day.

Offspring memo: taking a lot of will power to not buy Adam everything in sight.

Offspring memo: 35 weeks and finding Ray wearing a nursing pad as a cap and getting the crib ready for the baby’s arrival. Happy times!

Around the house: what we’re growing next - pineapple!

Around the house: what we’re growing next - pineapple!

What I’m reading: Special Exits by Joyce Farmer, The Impostor’s Daughter by Laurie Sandell, Ghost World by Daniel Clowes, Song of Roland by Michel Rabagliati, Goodbye, Chunky Rice by Craig Thompson and Dear Lupin by Roger and Charlie Mortimer.

What I’m reading: Fun Home by Alison Bechdel and Cecil and Jordan in New York: Stories by Gabrielle Bell. Good reads.

Offspring memo: uh oh, our second clothing purchase. Hope this doesn’t become a problem! I’ve been good about refraining until lately…

Offspring memo: uh oh, our second clothing purchase. Hope this doesn’t become a problem! I’ve been good about refraining until lately…

Offspring memo: Almost 34 weeks now! Bump still seems small but I’m assuming I won’t have that to “complain” about by end of summer.

What I’m reading: Paul Moves Out and Paul Goes Fishing by Michel Rabagliati.

What I’m Reading: Good Eggs by Phoebe Potts and Cancer Vixen by Marisa Acocella Marchetto.
Good Eggs was heart-aching and reminded me of the tough time we had last year, overwhelmed and trying to stay hopeful as we went through fertility treatment and I had various procedures and surgeries, trying to conceive. Lately I’ve had unsettling fears creeping up on me, as we near my due date. It probably doesn’t help that the topic of fertility seems to pop up in every single book!