A New Member of The Family

Hey Folks,

You might have noticed I haven’t been updating my blog regularly and although part of that can be attributed to a lethargic disposition (I’ve been a little lazy) I also have been busy taking care of my wife because we were expecting child # 2.

So I am proud to announce that as of 1/1/2011 at 11:20 pm I am now the proud father of beautiful baby girl 2. She looks allot like her older sister and we hope they get along like gang busters (but that they don’t gang up on their mother and I).

We have named our daughter Aisha. So please welcome to this odd and relatively confusing world my baby girl Aisha Mahmoud Taji.

(I’m not big on posting pictures of my kids online so you’ll have  to forgive me my eccentricities)

That is all for now… thanks for reading.

P.S. regular service will resume once I get accustomed to the baby’s sleeping/feeding cycle.



  1. Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl!

    You’ve been through this once, so you know what to expect: middle of the night feedings and diaper changes… It’s all worth it.

    Enjoy this wonderful gift you were blessed with. Your daughter is blessed to be born into your family.

    Take good care,


    1. Thank You Paul!

      Yeah me and my Wife are veterans I guess. Its nice being startled every once in a while with the revelation that I have another baby… And its just as exciting as my first child!

      All the best,

    1. I dunno Doug, I’m thinking by the time my girls reach their teens you’ll be way too famous and I’ll need to get an appointment with your 3 secretaries to email you.


  2. Congratulations! What better way to start off the new year than with a new little family member! Sounds like the girls have you a bit out numbered in your house! 😉

  3. Thank You Arielle, Kim and Jodi!

    Last night was the first night my wife and I took care of the baby. The night before my mother-in-law who flew over to help my wife out (its kind of an Arab tradition for the mother to stay with the daughter or for the daughter to spend the first week or so at her parents house if they live in the same country) took care of Aisha.

    Thankfully not a colloquy child so we did actually get a few hours sleep in! Yeay! My first daughter was allot more difficult to care for (but thankfully has improved through the years 🙂 )

    So yeah maybe a little too much info … but why not!

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