Geeky moms: we now have our own top ten list. Technorati Tags: Geeks, Motherhood
Scott shares his secret for peaceful restaurant dinners with his toddler: One of our best “hacks” has been the purchase of a large bag of tiny cans of Play Doh. It came in a bag of twenty. I think they were party favors. We keep a couple of these cans in the car or diaper […]
Michael was happily surprised when his five year-old daughter scaled the climbing wall at REI: We recently went to our local REI sporting goods store, where my 5-year-old discovered the freestanding indoor climbing wall. I told her what it was, and immediately she wanted to try it. I didn’t think that they would even LET […]
Here’s how Stu encourages his kids’ interest in photography: For just about any age, disposable cameras are a fantastic way to spend time. They feed a child’s need to mimic adults and to be in charge of something. It also introduces them to an art form that they can be good at right off the […]
Ah, the magic of the blogosphere. With the help of Google Analytics, Jason Graham-Nye, one of the founders of gDiapers, found our post and left a detailed comment answering readers’ questions. Technorati Tags: Diapers, gDiapers
This from veteran traveler-with-kid Tiffany: For long car trips, stories on CD (or tape) can be a lifesaver. One of the best children’s storytellers is Jim Weiss (www.greathall.com). He expertly adapts stories for children, keeping the excitement high and the conflict appropriate for young ears. His one-hour CDs are either a collection of stories or […]
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Just had to share this with y’all: Top ten reasons geeks make good fathers. Geek mamas: we need our own top ten list! [Thank you! — Ed.] Technorati Tags: Fatherhood, Geeks, Parenting
So elegant and obvious — why didn’t we think of this?
Inhabitot shows you how to make a snow globe out of an old baby food jar.