Why didn’t I think of this? FOREHEAD SMACK OF BRILLIANCE.
Victoria of ObSEUSSed noticed that baby food jars resemble LEGO minifig heads, so she decided to do something about it.
Please take a minute to help Shot@Life unlock the last 10,000 vaccine donations on the way to the campaign goal of 60K.
Tiny Beautiful Things is an incredible read for parents, but not because it’s about parenthood.
I’ve got a download code for free advance screening tickets for ISLAND OF LEMURS: MADAGASCAR, playing 8/16/14 in IMAX 3D, at 11am at Regal Bridgeport Village!
On the ONE Campaign blog, I share my thoughts on a father’s choice to teach his sons about videogame violence by taking them to Israel and Syria. While I respect his choice, it wouldn’t be mine.
This post is my contribution to Blogust 2014—Shot@Life’s month-long campaign to provide vaccinations for kids in need around the world. My goal for this post is to unlock 500 vaccine donations: you can help by leaving a comment or clicking “Tweet” or “Like” below. (Details at the end of the post.)
This simple trick will dramatically simplify packing for a family trip, save you money in checked baggage fees, and get your family through airport security in record time.
This year, I’m contributing to Blogust — a month-long blog relay organized by Shot@Life and the United Nations Foundation. For every comment left on a Blogust post each day of August, Walgreens will donate a vaccine to a child, up to 60,000 vaccines.
This could work well over a kid’s desk to stash art or homework supplies. OR as a charging station for the family’s mobile devices.