Category Archives: Noah

Noahspeaks: He likes to enunciate.

Sometimes, three-year-olds say the darndest things. And so it is with my kiddo. Here is the latest installment of the strange and the sublime things that come out of Noah’s mouth: “It’s No-Ahhh. Not No-Wahhh (cough, cough). The H is … Continue reading

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Noahspeaks: He’s a hit with the Bob Books community, and he might be a future politician.

Noah is becoming a little superstar. I posted in last week’s version of “Noahspeaks” that my three-year-old could read a book (and that he liked girls). The authors who put out Bob Books have a brilliant product for little readers. … Continue reading

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Noahspeaks: He likes girls and he can read a book.

I don’t care whether my son grows up to be gay or straight. I will love him whether or not he loves boys or girls. I wrote here last week that he has a crush on one of the girls … Continue reading

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Being daddy: Talking to my interracial son about race

A conversation I had with my three-year-old son Saturday: Noah: Daddy, my skin is light, momma’s skin is light, Nanna’s skin is light and everybody else’s skin in the family is light. But yours isn’t. Why are you dark-skinned and … Continue reading

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Noah likes the Biscuit Brothers

Seriously, my 3-year-old son makes me play the Biscuit Brothers each time we are in my car, or when we are at home on my DVD player. A week or so ago, when this little diddy popped up on the … Continue reading

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