November 10, 2004

Kate's Blog in "The New Yorker" Magazine

The New Yorker: November 15, 2004
Kate's site is mentioned in "Bringing Up Baby" by Caitlin Flanagan in the November 15th issue of The New Yorker magazine. The full text of the article is not available on the web site, so you'll need to head out to your bookstore to get a copy in print before the week is up. If you do get a chance to read the article, we'd love to hear your feedback -- let us know what you think!

Shortcuts to parts of the site mentioned in the article:
  • Our first 3 months guide to what worked for us
  • Restaurant Floppy Seat
  • Hear baby Kate cry
  • Video of her cooing on the changing table
  • Pictures of Ken assembling the changing table
  • The color of Kate's walls
  • Gerber Lil' Dippers
  • Evenflo Portable Fun Ultrasaucer
  • Ocean Wonders Aquarium Bouncer
  • Playskool Step Start Walk 'n Ride
  • LeapStart Learning Table
  • Our Lucky Charm -- the Sassy Deluxe Curved Back and Side Sleeper

  • Note: A link to Kate's registry is no longer available. BabiesRUs terminates online registries on the baby's first birthday. Kate turned a year old on October 7.
    Posted by Ken at November 10, 2004 10:45 PM
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    Hi, I loved the article and googled your names last night to find the blog. This will be a goldmine for me as a parent of a baby the same age. It's a wonderful baby-love site, the best I've come across yet. Thanks! My productivity at work will plummet, but I'll be a happier parent. Posted by: Ellen at November 11, 2004 09:50 AM
    Sounds like you guys are off to a fine start. So glad to see Ken is motivated and involved. Posted by: Paul at November 11, 2004 10:27 PM
    Ellen, glad you enjoy the site! Posted by: Kate's Dad at November 11, 2004 11:22 PM
    Um, I don't think you really get the ironic tone of her article. Either that, or you do and you're ignoring it. Just curious as to which it is. Posted by: Lauren at December 3, 2004 10:30 AM
    Enquiring minds want to know: are you ignoring the ironic tone of Flanagan's article, or do you just not get it? Posted by: Scrivener at December 15, 2004 12:26 PM
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