So... Secondborn woke up.
This would be fine in most circumstances. Unfortunately, in this particular case he woke up at about two in the morning. Screaming. And when we picked him up, he screamed even more. When we tried to put him back down, he screamed louder. When we tried to give him Tyenol, he screamed and sobbed.
This is not the sort of thing that's conducive to a good night's sleep, or to general health and sanity.
This is also an inevitable and inescapable part of being a parent. If you have children, this will happen to you, and rather more than once. That's one of the reasons that I get a bit infuriated when someone starts insisting that children are in all times and circumstances an unlimited, unequivocal blessing; but never mind that.
Our best guess at present is that it's an ear infection. The Rampaging Toddler usually sleeps quite well, and the fact that he screamed louder any time he wasn't upright is a pretty good (though not absolutely reliable) indicator.
So the next two entries in The Cell Phone Bible will be late, owing to a massive lack of uninterrupted sleep. At this rate, I probably won't have them ready until early next week. Sorry 'bout that. (Blame the baby. I do.)
 When he's not rampaging, of course.
 They'll also be the last two entries in The Cell Phone Bible, unless something completely irresistible occurs to me in the meantime.