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small blessings

Finally a moment of peace during this crazy trip to the US. We saw a high risk ultrasound specialist this morning. Part of the Camino Medical Group that my brother belongs to and a Stanford affiliate. We were following up on some borderline test results that had us anxious in NYC. Well, the results were a big, big relief. Everything looks good. A couple of "soft markers" that need even more follow up, but the baby's development looks healthy so far, and the markers seem to be really soft signals. Angie and I were comfortable enough not to opt for an amnio.

Then it was off to Lullaby Lane to drop a wad and get swamped with parenting choices. LL is the baby superstore that everyone in the Bay Area goes to, and with good reason - friendly staff, lots of selection and fair pricing. Our second trip in the past three days. Though it's a little bit of a haul from Mountain View up to San Bruno, something tells me that I might find myself back there again in the next seven days, before we leave.

Last night, went to a CSPA event at Fenwick & West. The talk was on the state of VC. A presentation of the latest Money Tree results and a few words from each VC on the panel. A little bit of interesting content, but good for getting my mind into an alpha state where I could come up with some interesting ideas. Well, we'll see if others think they're interesting, but for now, at least good for some idle brainstorming that might prove valuable to either of my two jobs or my bschool work. Gotta let them bake a little bit, but they're around resource and capital efficiency in transpacific start-ups.

January 26, 2006 at 12:08 PM in China, Fatherhood, Strategic Ventures | Permalink


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