DISGRASIAN’s Summer Reading: Busy Dad Blog

August 26th, 2010 | 5 comments | Posted by Diana

We’ll be away from our desks the month of August, carrying on with the non-bloggy aspects of our lives, watching mindless movie blockbusters, and indulging in summery drinks made with generous pours of bourbon. During this month, we’ll be linking each day to a different website that we ♥. Hopefully you’ll discover something delightful and new while we’re gone. If not, you are a serious Captain Crankypants and are probably in dire need of a summery drink made with a generous pour of bourbon.

‘Til September, lovelies.

I’ll admit that I am personally a bit of baby whore, someone who walks up to any strange little ‘un with wide open arms to offer a bounce or a burp, loves getting puked on, files “squishing baby thighs” under “favorite pastimes,” and is truly validated not by career achievement but by the squealy giggle of a toddler who can’t distinguish me from a play-and-learn musical puppy. I love babies. I probably love your baby. Give me your baby. I want to squish its thighs.

But still, I think it takes a lot for a parenting blog to be good reading for those without child. I don’t spend a ton of time on mommy and daddy sites (although I did follow a mama trail to this post about family bikes once, and almost dropped a few grand on a family tricycle just for myself), so I’m surprised that I keep finding myself browsing the stories of Busy Dad Blog and giggling at the life of Huggies-sponsored daddy Jim. Jim (Busy Dad) is one of the three people I know of in Los Angeles that rides Metro besides myself, seems like a real dude’s dude, and is constantly being outwitted by his older cutie of two, Fury (real name Marcus). I am most eternally grateful for baby Lessi (real name Alessia; Busy Dad has acknowledged that she got shortchanged on family nicknames), who has inspired a whole new cache of oogy-woogy photos to fill the empty space in my stomach that arrives every time I realize Fury is smarter than me. And she’s got those baby thighs. Just the cutest, most squishable baby thighs.

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5 Responses to “DISGRASIAN’s Summer Reading: Busy Dad Blog”

  1. BusyDad says:

    I am truly honored. You gals are second only to Bruce Lee in making me proud to be Asian. Then again, I haven’t seen your nunchaku skills to accurately make that determination. Thank you, Disgrasian!

  2. Cindy says:

    My ovaries are screaming!!! Love the poop trail post. Hysterical!

  3. nskripchun says:

    Nice blog link, and definitely a good read! I’ve always been a fan of Asian dad blogs (RICE DADDIES = dope)… even more so since entering the ranks of fatherhood myself recently.

    Now to get off my butt and start a dad blog of my own… hrmm. >_<

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  5. Diana says:

    @Busy Dad you’re so welcome! love your kids and your blog! :)

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