Family and Love
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Family and Love


First Child

We took turns, and our baby girl snuffled in our necks as we walked and walked and walked in the still hours of the night.

Family photo of The Doob being introduced to my grandmother
The Doob being introduced to her great-grandmother

Our first child was born late in 1967. She was full-term, but underweight, 71 ounces, and whisked off to an incubator without even letting Linda touch her. They don’t do that nowadays, didn’t do it seven…




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Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Retired Unix Consultant. I write tech and humor mostly but sometimes other things. see my Lists if your interests are specific.

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