Follow Up: Mr. Mom Does it Right This Time

So, yesterday Christine took her mother back to the airport early in the afternoon and right afterwards had a hair/Aveda appointment that her mom set up for her. I was left with Ainsleigh in the meantime.

How long does it take for a haircut and a little bit more (ie. Mud-wrap and a facial)? Yesterday, about 3-4 hours.

Christine left around 3:30PM and didn’t get home until almost 8:30PM. That gave me another chance to prove that, I too, can be Mr. Mom.

Research Methods in Public AdministrationFor the first two and a half hours, Ainsleigh slept and boy did I need that. I got to catch up on studying for a test I have this Thursday in my research/statistical methods course. We’re talking covering about 200 pages of some intense, deep and not-so-much fun text speaking about topics like quantitative vs. qualitative research and analysis methods and how the two differ and what steps are taken during each course of research. Yeah, it was that much fun. I bet, at this point, you could only imagine.

At the point I was seeing a big blur in front of me and when I came up for air, Ainsleigh was stirring.

Ainsleigh woke up and we had some father/daughter time full of smiles and a full bottle just for her.

BathtimeAround 7:45PM I put her in the bath and she was all smiles and giggling up a storm.

I got her out of the bath and Christine walked through the door. She then assisted me with the rest.

What a day I had yesterday. I got to study from about 12PM until about 7:30PM and then it was all Ainsleigh’s hour.

I am sure glad that we had her. It makes the breaks worth something to look forward to.

Thanks for reading.


Will Hull, MPA

Front-End Web Developer, Nonprofit professional, SigEp Alumnus who holds a Masters in Public Administration living in the San Diego, CA Metro Area


  • Christine Hull


    glad you two made it work out this time!

    October 6, 2008 at 9:42 PM
  • Anonymous


    How about some more movies of that darling baby?BR/BR/Hugs,BR/Nana

    October 9, 2008 at 7:04 PM

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