I think the fatigue is getting to us.

Damon and I are both getting our son’s name wrong. The even more bizarre part is that both of us, independently, have started occasionally calling him by RocketBoy’s name. This morning Damon ran into a neighbor who asked to be reminded of Alden’s name and Damon needed three tries to get it right.

We are at least still getting the diapers on the correct end of the baby.

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49 responses to this post.

  1. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  2. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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    • You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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  3. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  4. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  5. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  6. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  7. Maybe you should just call him Precious.

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  8. You’ve hit upon one of Damon’s favorites. He likes to hunch over Alden and carry him around calling him “My precious” in his best Gollum voice.

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  9. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  10. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  11. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  12. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  13. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  14. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  15. You think it’s bad now, wait until you have two. Between these two and the dogs, no one ever gets called by the right name around here.

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  16. Sounds like that old Bill Cosby routine about Dammit and Jesus Christ.

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  17. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  18. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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    • Right.
      Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
      “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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  19. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  20. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  21. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  22. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  23. I would say it’s just new mommy and daddy brain, but it just gets worse as the family expands.

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  24. Right.
    Poor Stacey’s mom Lois. When she wants to address someone, works her way methodically through all the kids and grandkids in the family from eldest to youngest until she hits on the one she wants.
    “The other day Stac… Ren… Chri… Jov… Dev… Roan… Yes! Roan! Anyway he… I forgot what I was going to say.”

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  25. I don’t remember the last time Daddy called me Susan instead of “KimberlyCharlieChadYOU.”

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