I don't know how to adequately convey my gratitude to you for suggesting we let our little Wesley learn to put himself to sleep at night by letting him cry (and stop feeding him fourteen times between midnight and six for goodness sake). I'd offer you our firstborn son, but as you know, I have become quite attached. Not that you wouldn't be a great father, because I'm sure you would be great. But Charlie would probably miss all the donuts and cookies and couch jumping that, as a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, I'm sure you would be unable to provide.
And then I considered sending you a
But I felt like all of those things might be a little inappropriate, considering you are married to what I assume to be, given that you are a doctor and you guys don't have any kids, a very attractive woman. And I also thought that maybe the vigilant way I approach the health of my children, including liberal use of your 24-hour phone nurse, might already be perceived as stalking.
And so I just wanted to let you know, that as I sink down into my bed at night, after a leisurely evening of
Accept this picture of Wesley sleeping as a small token of thanks from our entire family. NOT A WORD about the thumb sucking.
the Academomia household