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Category Archives: Imagination
I took a stroll around cyberspace today and found some amazing candy for the Mom Geek in me. At the Imagination Tree, I found some simple craft projects and book references. She has two little ones at home and I … Continue reading
“When you have kids….you’ll lose stuff,” – Father of 4 teenagers, Christmas 2008 I was given fair warning when Little Libra was an infant. Now our house & car keys were missing. Don’t ask me why they were lying … Continue reading
One of the virtues of being very young is that you don’t let the facts get in the way of your imagination. – Sam Levenson After dinner, Little Libra decided that it would be cool to hang out by the … Continue reading
I see: measuring cups, a spatula and her snack container She sees: cooking equipment But it was all my mistake. She wasn’t cooking. She was baking.
Talk about effective marketing. I saw the Play-Doh billboard on SLEX and promptly bought some at Kidz Station. It was even on sale, 30% off. Go, go, go! If they bring back all of the stuff from my childhood and … Continue reading
With a little inspiration from Noah and Sandra Boynton,we transformed the crib into an ark. All it took was some post-it and stuffed toys.
We just returned from a beach weekend that entailed constant playmates, swimming galore and eating like no tomorrow. Here are some things that we took home from our road trip: 1. A love for cars and boats I think this … Continue reading
So you’re tired from work, from your day, from your life. You come home to your bouncing toddler and she wants to play while you just want to cuddle. She’s sick of her toys and you don’t feel like doing … Continue reading
My daughter has everyone fooled that she’s a little tomboy with her refusal to adorn her hair, her preference for lifting equipment, her tendency to push boys, and her all too confident swagger when entering a familiar room. My answer: … Continue reading