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22 Pretty Edgy Disney Parody Comics

Posted by on April 20th, 2018, under SNAPSHOTS

We all grow up and develop a more mature (hopefully), and darker (probably) outlook on things. When we have kids, a lot of us get to experience children’s movies with our own kids; seeing them with more educated and cynical eyes. Watching the Lion King is a bit different after you’ve seen a nature show […]

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Fashion Felonies: Jeans Edition

Posted by on April 2nd, 2018, under NOTEBOOK, SNAPSHOTS

Every generation experiences a gaping canyon of a cultural divide with the younger crop of humans: FASHION. Admittedly, I’m no fashionista (afashionado?), but having no great style oneself never prevented anyone from being the fashion police, judge and jury for new trends. Even as a kid, I proclaimed the “alternative” (wrong) angles for wearing a […]

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The Birds and the Bees… and a Swarm of Bees Challenge???

Posted by on March 29th, 2018, under VIDEOTAPE

When it comes to having “The Talk” with their kids, parents can range from super-chill whatevs about it, to something that doctors would write down on a clipboard as a coronary event. I kind of get the sense that the average experience sits closer to the heart attack than explaining it casually while making a […]

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5 Stages of Trying (Desperately) to Keep Up with the Times

Posted by on March 20th, 2018, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

Just when you think you’ve got the hang of something, anything, there’s an update that makes you feel like you need some time in remedial kindergarten. You become a halfway decent emoji wrangler, and then they add more and change the layout, or someone comes out with something entirely different like bitmojis. And we all […]

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Will My Kid Be Sporty… or Not So Much?

Posted by on March 16th, 2018, under VIDEOTAPE

When you become a parent, no matter how hands-off you intend to be on their personality, you still have to wonder what kind of person your sweet little bag of wiggles will become. I was never good at or terrifically interested sports. My older brother very much was, so I learned a bunch more than […]

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6 Awful Relaxation Tips for High-Stress Parents

Posted by on March 9th, 2018, under NOTEBOOK

Parents are some of the most stressed out people out there. We even stress about how stressed out we are. Stressception. Y’know, there’s that whole saying about how when you have a kid “your heart forever walks around outside your body.” Let’s go a little further. Imagine you literally had a heart that beat outside […]

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What If Famous Movie Themes Were Replaced With Pop Music?

Posted by on February 28th, 2018, under VIDEOTAPE

My wife recently asked me when Star Wars was released. I told her 1977 and randomly thought of the popular music of the era and laughed imagining the movie with disco music instead of the orchestral genius of John Williams. So I had the idea of putting this video together: 12 movies with iconic instrumental […]

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“Let’s Make a Deal!” -Kids

Posted by on February 21st, 2018, under NOTEBOOK

I walked into the living room and straight into an intense parent/child negotiation between my wife and our 8-year-old: Wife: No more apple juice, you said your tummy hurts. 8yo: It’s not hurting. Wife: 100% not hurting? 8yo: 50%. Wife: [stern look] 8yo: Okay 75% not hurting. [raises eyebrows hopefully] I wrestled my chuckle into […]

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18 Dad Joke Gifts (Hall of Shame Part 10)

Posted by on February 16th, 2018, under SNAPSHOTS

The wonderful world of Dad Jokes is a grand celebration of cheesy puns and “groaners.” Even though we all know they’re kind of a gift to the world all by themselves, they can also be given as actual physical gifts! Don’t just waste precious oxygen setting up a sweet Dad Joke, when instead you can […]

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Resolutions, What We WRITE vs. What We DO

Posted by on February 9th, 2018, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

Adding resolutions to everything else we have to do as parents feels a bit like running a marathon and deciding it’d be a great idea to also do your taxes mid jog. It all just seems like way too much at times. (Psssst, all the time) Flossing more is a good example for me for […]

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