It's like naming a pet. You want the name to convey its personality and be unique without sounding downright stupid. Does it sound like a blog that will cuddle with you on the couch and lick your face after a hard day, or one that pees on your carpet every chance it gets? Or both? This is a weighty consideration.
So, without further ado, I give you The Used Diaper Salesman. I hope you like it and that you don't end up with too many spots on your carpet. If you don't like it for any reason, just file a complaint, and I'll ignore it within 7 to 10 business days. In general, your thoughts and contributions are welcome.
In real life, I'm not actually a used diaper salesman, although I'm sure it's a worthy profession. I do, however, have a lot of experience with used diapers, so if anyone could sell them, it would be me. If you care to read, I intend to amuse you with tales of my experiences with used diapers and a variety of other accounts of kid-related hilarity, with occasional photographic evidence included. I have three awesomely precocious kids, so I can promise you won't be bored. Well, the two that speak English are precocious, at least. My youngest is seven months old and only speaks what I think is Cantonese, but I'm sure that whatever he's saying is quite precocious. I'll also throw in a hodgepodge of sports and political commentary that you may or may not agree with, as well as whatever random thoughts I have while driving to work or sitting on the...well, you get the idea.
In closing, I'd like to leave my fellow parents with a thoughtful question. When you're changing a diaper and discover that it's mostly but not completely dry, do you put the same diaper back on or do you change it anyway? And if you put the same one back on, do you feel guilty? Please discuss.