December 27, 2011
I am a big fan of Christmas. As I’ve entered into fatherhood, my enjoyment of the holiday has exponentially increased as I see the wonder and excitement in my daughter’s eyes as she looks at the glowing trees and the new toys. But alas, Christmas fades away. The decor gets put into Tupperware bins, the glitter gets vacuumed, family and friends travel back home, the sparkling lights are begrudgingly removed and everyone “goes back to normal”. For many of us, this routine often gives way to what can only be described as the post-Christmas blues (or, PCB, as it’s known in the medical community).