08 August 2006

Bitchy parent hacks

The venerable Bitch, Ph. D. has posted a few of her tried and true hacks, including a sure-fire toddler-tamer (hint: you wash your dishes in it), handmade cards, boogie nights, and pancake preservation. Excellent!

[Correction: Those hacks are the brainchildren of guest poster No Nym, not Dr. B. herself. -- Ed.]

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Actually I think that was posted by No_Nym, who's guesting at Bitch PhD, blogsitting whilst Dr B. herself is away.

Thanks, Alice and Michaele, for pointing out my error.

OOOOH! I was so excited to see you mentioned on what is absolutely my favorite blog of all time.

I love Bitch PhD and in my occasional fantasies of the road not taken (the road in which I became a super-cool professor and ascended the dizzying heights of academia while someone else watched my children 6 hours a day) I am always exactly like BPHD.

OOOOH! I was so excited to see you mentioned on what is absolutely my favorite blog of all time.

I love Bitch PhD and in my occasional fantasies of the road not taken (the road in which I became a super-cool professor and ascended the dizzying heights of academia while someone else watched my children 6 hours a day) I am always exactly like BPHD.

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