Posts filed under: Preteen and beyond

There’s a radio program that airs around the time I am usually picking up a child from a weekend playdate. A few weeks ago it featured an interview with John Hodgman, a sort of hipster-comedian, who is older than most hipsters (i.e., my age). He recently wrote a book (Vacationland)...
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Do you like shopping for your kid’s clothes? I have a hard time with it, for several reasons: It’s costly.  A basic wardrobe for one person, twice a year, times 7=half my inheritance money annually (just kidding, I don’t have inheritance money, silly) It’s time consuming. I really don’t care...
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