Malea

Josh and MaleaMalea is my daughter. I’ve never experienced as strong a bond, as close a feeling, or as intense a love for anyone before. I always thought I understood the definition of love, but now I realize the true power such a simple word can possess. Malea has shown me no matter what bad there might be in the world; I should always be grateful to have her. It is a feeling inexplicable with human language.

Malea will be almost three at the time of this post. I look forward to the days when she will be in school, meeting new friends, developing her social skills, and asking me hundreds of questions, all beginning with the word “Why?”. When I speak about this with others who have older children, they always tell me “Be careful what you wish for!”. I have sincerely enjoyed the toddler years, however I am eager to see what type of personality she will develop.

Some of Malea’s favorite hobbies include going to Chuck E Cheese’s, swinging and sliding at the park, having her fingernails and toenails painted, and riding in the car listening to music. She watches a lot of Wiggles, Backyardigans, and Mickey on the television. Malea is extremely well-behaved and gets along nicely with everyone she meets.

Malea's Photos

Malea's Photos

Malea is a delight no matter what we are doing, or where we are going. She constantly stops for a moment to absorb the situation. I have found having a camera around at all times can prove to be very useful. She loves having her picture taken. Clicking...
Malea's Videos

Malea's Videos

Welcome to Malea's video page. Here, I will continuously add videos of Malea and our adventures. Be sure to watch the "Balloon Pop" video; very funny stuff!! I am working on a new flash-based video player. For now, the links open directly into YouTube...
Malea's Nail Polish

Malea's Nail Polish

Malea has a fascination with nail polish. She absolutely loves having her fingernails and toenails painted, and showing them off to people in the street. When we first started painting, we used solid colors. But as time went on, solid colors became dull...

8 thoughts on “Malea

  • September 29, 2012 at 2:15 pm
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    JOsh – your daughter is BEAUTIFUL! You don’t come out and say it, but you are a single Dad. I’ve been there twice myself – once through divorce, once widowed 🙁 . BUt like you said, some of us are good at it. I, like you, was blessed to have work that allowed me to work from home. You will be blessed with a good woman -you may have to make an active effort. Of course, make sure she is someone who will love your daughter like she was her own……I dropped a couple that wouldn’t/couldn’t before I found my “keeper”.

    All the best and thanks for your wonderful plugins.

    Ed

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  • June 17, 2012 at 4:20 pm
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    I recently visited your youtube channel and its very useful. Also your daughter is very beautiful. I wish she will also become a clever girl like you.

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  • June 16, 2012 at 1:05 am
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    She is very beautiful and I am sure as I hear others talk and I myself hear over the phone she is an Angel as well. Continue to do a good job, she will appreciate and give thanks when she gets old enough to understand, just stand behind her never miss that chance. You are doing a great job… She has the best father in the world… Happy Father’s Day coming up soon as well. Take care… Austin Enjoys her lots.

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  • May 7, 2012 at 4:12 pm
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    God bless you both. As a dad of five I can tell you that those moments you have while they are small, or any age for that matter, are to be treasured. I wish mine were all small again so I could go back and do better while not freaking out over things that really were no big deal. In essence we all “grow up” together.

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    • May 15, 2012 at 4:31 am
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      Haha.. thanks David. You know, I’m really thankful for the position I’m in right now. I primarily get to work from home, which allows me a lot of additional time with her. She’s my only one right now… but I hope to one day meet the right woman and have two or three more. I’m good at it… and I figure why try to fight a good thing! Thanks again for stopping by and leaving your kind, and intuitive, words!

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  • April 4, 2012 at 10:18 pm
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    My daughter is three years & a bit. I don’t know how you find time for all the web work and an MBA 🙂 Mine usually tells me I’m not allowed to use the computer because she “needs” me to help with her dollhouse or read or something she’s doing. I find it very hard to stick with the computer, she’s such a joy. Best of luck to you.

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    • April 5, 2012 at 12:09 am
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      That’s too funny. I too am going through the “needing” phase. I’m “needed” when it’s bath time, story/bed time, time for a drink, time to go pee, time to color, time to play dollhouse, time… time… time…

      The list certainly goes on and on. Thank you for taking the time to comment! I wish you the best of luck as well 🙂

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  • March 14, 2012 at 7:21 am
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    Que Dieu préserve votre source de bonheur et d’inspiration

    Malea a de la chance d’avoir un père aimant comme vous

    Wish you the best for her,
    Sami

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