Lately, Parent Savers is my new favorite podcast. It usually has different set of guests discussing various topics related to new parents, infants, and toddlers. While books are teach you what is perfect, this podcast shows what is reality. It is a great relief when some of the experts say that they are not perfect. Also there is a lot of practical tips that books don’t really teach you. Like should you go to emergency room on sunday night?
Finally, Ayden got clean health bill. No more ear infection. Thank God! He can now sit on his own. Also started to recognize us. Gets really happy when I get back home from work. He can also recognize my voice and gets excited even before he sees me. So much fun to come home. Lately, I am playing with iOS app development. And I am broadcasting all of my iOS programming on Twitch.
I am going to start journal style blogging once again. Ayden is getting better at sitting up. He finished his 3rd antibiotics’ course a week ago. He is 7 months old now, mash’Allah. This saturday, he slept horribly. It seemed like his ear infection was back but last night he was fine. Hopefully, it was one of thing. We got a follow up appointment this week. He has also started to teeth.
I am a minimalist at heart. I like empty and vast spaces. I hate stuff. It would be so awesome, if we can get by without owning so many things. But I compromise and used to own a few things. Then I got married and end up owning a lot more things. And now, with a baby it is almost impossible to not have tons of stuff. There are bottles, bottle warmer, bibs, play mats, pack n Play, swings, toys, toys, toys, more toys.
Ever since I bought iPad, I have been trying to make it my main computing device. I love the form factor. I love many apps on it. I am have really started to enjoy many photography apps on it. Touch screen makes a lot of sense for photo editing. Snapseed, Apple Photos, Affinity Photo are my favorite photo apps on the iPad. So my current workflow looks like this: