I’ve gotten a few inquiries this week as to my whereabouts, though it looks like things have thrived around here thanks to the work of Ryan and Chris.

To sum things up – my son was delivered a few weeks early last Friday, and since Sunday has been in Children’s Hospital here in Boston. That’s about all I’m going to reveal about that, but needless to say, that is where my focus has been this week.

He’s likely to be there for at least the next week, possibly longer, so I expect to my presence around here to continue to be scant during that time.

In the meantime, a few weeks back I had a nice chat with Patrick McHugh, a senior at Northeastern, who profiled BSMW as part of a class project. This is part of his report:

Self-Made Media Critic Bruce Allen Puts Sports Media Personalities On Watch

I hope to get back to a regular schedule as soon as possible, but I really don’t know what the coming weeks hold.

Thanks for your support.


19 thoughts on “Where is Bruce?

  1. Bruce, best to you and your family. Children’s is the most incredible place with the best people. Your baby is in the best hands.


  2. Good luck Bruce.  Family comes first.  Best wishes to you and your family.


  3. Your son is in the best possible hands Bruce: CH saved my niece’s life ~ 3 years ago.  Hang in there.


  4. Good luck Bruce – I know a few people at CH and they are people I would trust to take of my family.


  5. Having a good thought for you and your Family Bruce.  Looking forward to your return to the detailed analysis of our local sports media scene.  Much appreciated.


  6. I’ll echo the sentiments of everyone here, Bruce.  Your boy couldn’t be in better hands than he is at Children’s.  My godson was born two months early and spent many weeks there.  He’s been in great health since and starts kindegarten this fall.

    Wishing you and your family all the best. 


  7. Bruce – good luck.  My son happens to be in 7South for 3+ weeks now across from the NICU.  I know our kids are in the right place to get well.   I hope your time in BCH is short because of a quick recovery.   I wish your son, wife, yourself and your other children good things.


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