Hindsight 08/29/10 – Being an Uncle

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Hindsight 08/29/10 – Being an Uncle

Stay tuned Look below for photos of our newest art collection of enlarged naked body part images that Annie snagged from a Pittsburgh favorite: Construction Junction. Their motto, "Has Old Stuff."
We're winding down our time here in the Pitt and having spent the last two weekends playing with my niece and nephews in San Francisco and Pittsburgh, it's no lie, babies are A LOT of work. Being an Uncle is fun though. I get to pop in for a little while and play lots of games, but when it comes to diapers, crying, feeding, more diapers, more crying, bath time, feeding, and more diapers, the parents take over. I suspect they don't even realize how much more work they do because they are used to it, but it sure is a lot more work. I can easily see how people strongly consider not having babies.
On a final cuteness note – Evabelle fell asleep on me today while I was humming her a tune. Dopamine released 🙂
Tom Krieglstein
Tom Krieglstein
Tom started his first business, an online retail store, as a junior in college which he grew to $1.5 million dollars in annual sales. Through his second company, Swift Kick, Tom has spoken to over half a million leaders around the US and the world including South Korea, Indonesia, and Bermuda. Tom was named the #1 leadership speaker an unprecedented 5 years. He’s a TEDx speaker, Guinness World Record holder, and has co-authored the Amazon.com award winning book “First Year Student to First Year Success.”And on a personal note, Tom lives in New York City, was named after a cat, and loves peanut butter.