Playing in the pool; relationships, blogging, and real life

Last weekend me and Moomin and Zond-7 went to Squid’s party which was usual swirling chaos mixed with grown up awesomeness but without the giant yard the kid generated chaos was slightly more difficult to cope with. I thought of one of the first parties of hers that I went to, with the dragon bouncy house, and how Moomin was afraid to be on the ground underneath its head, and how I figured out finally that he wanted a stick to defend himself and me from the dragon – just in case. How big and brave he is now! Paddling around in the pool without fuss, balanced competently on two pool noodles! Not even minding (much) when splashed in the face!

Squid had made a cake shaped like a pirate ship complete with toy pirates and m & m treasure in the hold. Damn, it was great! We all wished Rook were there…

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3 Responses to Playing in the pool; relationships, blogging, and real life

  1. elswhere says:

    I'm glad you're writing about it as I haven't seen much writing or discussion at all about poly family stuff. If it's not violating anyone's privacy, I'd be interested in hearing more about how you all negotiate everything, and how you and Rook talk about it with Moomin.

  2. Liz says:

    I don't think I want to write about it in detail here, but I felt I had to at least mention it. But of course I"ll talk anytime to you, els!

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