Projected (adj.) (prə-ˈjekt-ed): From the 15th Century Anglo-French ‘projector,’ from Latin ‘projectus.’ Devised in the mind, predicted.
Progenitor (n.) (prō-ˈje-nə-tər): Middle English, from the 14th Century Anglo-French ‘progenitour,’ from Latin ‘progenitor,’ meaning ‘to beget.’ An ancestor in the direct line, foreparent.
This is a dramedy about one couple’s quest to (maybe, baby) conceive, birth and parent extremely awesome progeny. Though, hell, even tolerable progeny would do. Two young lovahs turned spouses turned parents dish about living/working/and assisted baby-making in the outskirts of Boston. Parenting post-IVF.
The most recent entries appear as letters to a daughter from a mama who’s really glad to be hers.
Mama, the blog’s principal contributor, is a non-profiteer-attorney-life-changer who loves crafting, cupcakes and herstory. She has a penchant for mob movies, Josh Holloway and her husband.
Papa is in market research and the brains behind the early entries labeled “Dad’s Dish.” He monopolizes the kitchen. And he’s ridiculously good at trivia.
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