Since the inception of TRS in 2000, I have written about life "on the road". By plane, train, or automobile, I tell the story of trips; but the real story in each one is about the journey, not the destination. On March 15th, 2008, Daddy's Little Speed Bump was born. 21 months later, Speed Bump Number Two arrived. I thought it fitting to create a place, with a Road Scholars theme, to share this new journey.

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Sunday
Nov022008

It's the Teeth, Stupid!

After the last post, I got no sympathy for the fact that my new cell phone now swims with the fishes, but I got a couple of nasty emails from folks wanting to know if the baby is OK, as if that was the point of the story.  I wasn't intentionally leaving everyone in the dark.  When caution is thrown to the wind, you don't readily know what the outcome is going to be.  Now, a week later, I can tell you that the child is fine.  I took medical school pass/fail, but in my professional opinion, it was the four teeth that recently appeared causing most of her symptoms.  

Since her discharge from the ER, Miss K has maintained a normal temperature and is pretty much back to her usual self, chasing the dog around the house and working on the manuscript for her book: Physics and You, a Babies Guide to the World.  This past weekend she went Trick Or Treating for Halloween and took in an air show on Saturday afternoon, which you will be hearing all about tomorrow. Until then, enjoy the Halloween photos.

From Miss K's First Halloween

 

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