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7-21-2008 @ 2:14PM
I totally agree here -- the angsty-ness is uncalled for.Depending on the age of the child, there's a different amount of actual hands-on work that has to be done. Young children often spend their time sleeping, and an attentive parent will be nearby and available for the child and still spend time twiddling their thumbs with nothing to do. Kids do grow up fast, so make sure you don't commit yourself to too much by the time baby grows up and demands more attention.I'd agree on the blogging bit -- the original e-mail was well written, so I'd imagine she'd probably be good at writing. Another idea is crafting items -- alot of WoW players love original artworks of their characters (I mean, look at Figure Prints). Finding a creative thing you can do at home while baby is sleeping is always nice -- take a look at the crafting posts on WoWInsider for ideas.
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