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December 21, 2002
I have a perfect daughter.

She is sweet beyond belief and smarter than seemingly possible for a toddler. She’s completely well-behaved. And before you chalk up these observations as mere fatherly pride, note that the ENTIRE WORLD agrees with me. If you disagree, well, that’s not my business. That’s like saying you dislike The Two Towers. You might as well say you dislike the oxygen you breathe. Your position is well beyond sanity’s understanding.

Because my daughter is so perfect, I often feel driven to treating her strictly. I am harder on her than anyone else.

And why is that?