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My good friend Nolan intimated that this beautiful website might still be lacking in one feature. Actually, he was right. This site is such a treasure trove of wonderful information, it was a terrible, awful shame to not have some way to unearth it all. Thanks to our good friends ...

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Mei Tai Madness

So I bought this over priced baby carrier called a mei tai (pronounced may-tie) and I love it. It is basically an ancient Chinese design that is little known in the US, but is way more comfy than the Baby Bjorn and frame back packs. It can be worn with ...

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Mousecapade

“What have you been doing this morning, Micah?”

“Oh, I was jus’ watchin’ the mouse.”

“The mouse?!?”

“Yeah, it ran under Reece’s bed, and under the dresser, and then over to the closet.”

Micah relayed this information to us early one morning as if it were the most mundane ...

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Friends Page

It’s feast or famine here on the Murdock family blog. I guess you can tell how long it takes us to fully recover from a trip to Utah by how long we go without posting any news to the blog afterwards.

Well, Ily tagged me to tell about the ...

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Prince of the Potty

Well, now that Micah is 3 years old I have noticed that he has shown some signs of readiness for using the potty. For a while there I was reading every picture book available in our library system to him about using the potty. He thought they were fun, but ...

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Green bread, mice, and rotten milk. What a great combo.

Too much has happened since the last blog to really elaborate on everything so I will give a few highlights:

  • We went to Utah last month and had a blast. It was quick, it snowed a bit, we went to the new Children’s museum there (it was awesome); we ...
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2008 Presidential Campaign

An unattributed quote was just emailed to me by my good friend, Lane. I had resolved not to talk politics on this website, but this is so awesome it has to be shared:

There’s no doubt history is in the making with the 2008 presidential race. We may have ...

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Why A Professor Believes

There are a few books that managers at work love to cite. One of them is titled, The Innovator’s Dilemma. I haven’t read it, but apparently it describes situations that arise in our big business quite well. I learned today that that book was written by a member ...

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Uncle Erik

For those who know that my uncle Erik was in a coma last week, Erik is home from the hospital and doing great. The nurses started calling him the miracle man. He can’t drive for two weeks until both the cardiologist and neurologist give him approval. He has gone ...

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