1. Our anniversary is actually today and since it tends to fall in the middle of the week, we don’t usually do anything except a nice dinner on the weekend and a small gift or two. Instead, we try to plan one nice trip a year without the kids (last year it was NYC, year before it was Vegas) and that’s kind of our anniversary celebration. Having babies around definitely makes the days blend together and holidays a little harder to stand out.

  2. Karen

    this is so sweet that i have forgiven you for leaving me empty inside for so long. i literally went to check for an update, as i do every morning, and thought ‘why do i keep checking?’ and then saw your update and remembered why i keep trying. and as someone who is going to have her first child in 2 months, it’s something i can appreciate now and will try to remember later. thanks! keep up the great work, whether or not we can read it weekly as it happens or in some great lump at a later date.

  3. Melissa

    I am a casual reader, but I did want to comment that it sounds like you just celebrated a marriage more sweetly and sincerely and most.

    Good luck in your respective battles.

  4. It was a good episode of Community, but would that make the two of you Up All Night? I hope not, because that show was constantly being re-tooled, and that can be traumatic on a baby.

    • Add a job to the dad character and it pretty much does make us Up All Night. …Whose ratings I think about when I need to remind myself that probably not too many people want to hear stories about this time in my life.

      • Shawna

        Me! I’m one of those people! I’m the single mom of two teen girls and I’d love to hear about the drooling amoeba that bats their lashes at just the right moment to make you melt. And all the cute, adorable, funny, disgusting, hilarious, omg-I-can’t-believe-that-just-happened, squishy things that I’ve forgotten about because TEENS. Help save my sanity. I need to remember they were cute and adorable and squishy once.

        And also? You and Jason are adorbs.

      • You’re assuming that NBC knows how to market to your demo, but their handling of Up All Night and Best Friends Forever proves otherwise. Write away — I can’t speak for all of us, but I’ve been intrigued to hear more stories of Pamie-dot-mom.

  5. Meg

    I’ve missed reading you, Pamie.

    (And, just for my own peace of mind, DID you write about the wedding? Because I don’t remember reading about it. And right now my brain is very . . . patchy (too many projects at once).)

    Good luck with all of your projects! I look forward to reading (and/or watching if that’s the medium) them.

  6. We always forget our anniversary. Usually my best friend reminds us of it. I’m not even sure how she remembers it. It’s not like she’s an overachiever or anything.



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