This blog is written by that man.
My name is Ande Davis, and I started this blog after my wife became pregnant with our first child, Squatch. I kept writing it because of Newton’s first law of motion.
I dragged my wife to the Middle of Nowhere, Oklahoma, to take a job teaching English at a community college. Somehow, this didn’t cause her to leave me. Yet.
Luckily, I got a job in Missouri, about an hour from our families, and we moved there in 2012. With a newborn baby. Yeah, we’re those people now. I taught there for a couple years, then decided it was time for another change—because what would toddlers like more than change, after all? So I start working on my PhD in the fall of 2014 and hanging out with the Squatch during the day.
This blog is about how my wife deserves better than me, about the screaming poop machine that entered our lives, about trying to keep our shit together in the tiny town we never thought we’d live in, about surviving that tiny town, about leaving that tiny town, about the baby that’s growing way too fast (especially his feet), and about poop.
And robots. There will probably be talk of robots, too.