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Our new joint venture


The Velveteen Rabbi and I are very pleased to announce the (closed alpha) release of our new joint project, drewzuckerman.com.

Andrew Wynn Kwame Zuckerman, born 12:44 AM, November 28th, 2009 at Berkshire Medical Center. Mom and baby are both well, and Dad is very tired and very proud.

37 thoughts on “Our new joint venture”

  1. Yo Rachel and Ethan, this is really great news! Congratulations to both of you on the birth of your beautiful baby boy ‘Drew’. All the best and happy parenthood as you work hard to take care of all of his smallest needs and desires. I guess this means ‘auf wiedersehen to the blogosphere’ for a while, oder? Oder nicht?

    Best regards;
    Bill (BRE)

  2. Drew, little child, welcome to this whacky wonderful world! You are in good hands with the excellent parents of yours.

  3. The warmest of wishes to your little Drew, new mother, and proud father. May your lives together be long, lively, and filled with wonderful adventures. All the best.

  4. Mazal tov! May he grow to a life of love, learning, and right action, a blessing to his parents and a joy to his whole family! Enjoy the baby stage while you can – they get more and more complicated.

  5. Enormous congratulations. I’m so excited for all three of you, and really can’t wait to meet him. What a remarkable and cool household to be born into. Sending muchlove and happiness.

  6. Yeah – woooo! Go Rachel and Ethan! Welcome Baby Drew Wynn Kwame! Love the name; love the picture. We’re thrilled this whole endeavor has worked out. Can’t wait to meet him in person. Now stop reading comments and go get some sleep. Love, Cindy

  7. Just found this blog of yours in time to see this great news. Congratulations!

    I really want to talk with you about Ghana, Africa, technology, etc. Coming to NYC anytime soon? I make it up to Boston periodically. Maybe we can have lunch.

    OK. Go enjoy fatherhood.

  8. Congratulations, Rachel and Ethan. You can take him even earlier, but he’ll start to realize the differences between home and abroad as soon as he can talk (this skips over the parents’ burden of keeping a small child in an airplane seat occupied for hours, of course).

  9. Just stopping by (via Velveteen Rabbi’s link) to join in the celebration of Drew’s birth and your first days of being a father. With kind wishes always!

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