The Amazing Pudding

Twice the Love, Half the Sleep

Posted on: March 27, 2009

If I recall correctly, Scott Hahn described the arrival of each of his children as “twice the love and half the sleep”. Assuming he and his wife represent 20 units of love and .50 units of sleep, and each child accounts for a power, having six kids has brought him 64 times the love and 1/64 the sleep. πŸ˜‰

Anyhow, in mid-October Atom Heart Mother and Father are due for twice our current level of love and half our current amount of sleep. πŸ™‚


6 Responses to "Twice the Love, Half the Sleep"

WHOA!! Congrats πŸ™‚ It totally took me a minute to get the math (I needed a calculator, ha)


We’ll drink to you tonight while you get sleep!

Congrats. Sleep now while you can.

Neat little blog you have here and congrats on your latest soon to be arrivals. Thanks for stopping by World of Weasels. It’s usually a fun place, but today – well not so much. To answer your question. Yes, a quasi explanation was offered. In answer to cause they said “The house was hot”. It was July in a house with no A/C. Further investigation showed this to be an SGT. with emotional tendencies. He had been in trouble before for similar over reactions. A baby was dead, officer was upset, decided w/o cause that Daddy did it. We sued the hell out of the dept. and donated the judgment to charities that work with grieving families and infant mortality.
I hope you stop back at World of Weasels on a better day.

Thanks for stopping by. I used to write a much more popular blog and the quiet around here is taking some getting used to. πŸ˜‰

BTW, why in heaven’s name would anyone drink Coors Light, let alone publicly admit it? πŸ˜‰


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