Operation: Homecoming

September 26, 2009 § Leave a comment


Mission accomplished!

So weird that the first mode of transport his parents exposed him to was the automobile.

Since I’d made daily round trips by streetcar (since taking the car back home to save on parking) I was tempted to ask what people without cars do when the hospital asks to see the baby leaving properly buckled into a carseat (yes, they do this). Because the day nurse was so sweet I didn’t want to pick at policy with her. I’ll have to assume they move your file to the “poor people” drawer and sign you up for the baby care course they send teenage mothers to.

Anyway, apologies about the audio. I think I just have to speak louder or point the camera at things making more noise or use something other than my phone. Many, many more videos to come.

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