Everyone is looking for advice these days, and who better to ask than a 5-year-old boy. I sat down with my son to get the answers to some of life’s most serious questions.
It is possible that my consummate, unadulterated, and downright child-like passion for all things Christmas and magical may be coming back to bite me. You see, I have a bit of a–let’s say “feverish obsession” with convincing my kids of the existence of magic.
As you may recall, I am a bit infatuated with Christmas and Santa Clause. In my house, Santa brings the presents on Christmas. He has magical elves who watch over my children all year and report to Santa on their behavior. Sometimes the elves leave letters for the kids, or inadvertently tip something over, leaving evidence that they’ve been there.
For grown-ups it’s really quite easy: Give the toothpaste tube a light squeezy. Load the brush with paste, scrub your
If you are expecting your first baby, congratulations! You are about to embark on the most awesome, emotionally overwhelming,
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This morning, Raymond got in major trouble for climbing on Gianni’s crib (which he has been warned about 1000
OK, so my last post on this topic was pretty funny. But since my kids keeping saying stuff, I thought
It even has a back up plan for if you’re attacked by a wild animal. I think my 7-year-old might
My kids like to write down their secret plans on giant sheets of paper and leave them on the kitchen