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The Heights of Growing Up

Posted by on January 4th, 2016, under NOTEBOOK

We teamed up with Clorox to tell you some stories of the trials and treats of parenthood.   We want them to grow up, it’s our job as parents, but at the same time we soon learn how bitter-sweet it can be. When their tiny little fists let go of our thumbs. When we can’t […]

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A Little Boy’s Very Cute First Time as Santa

Posted by on December 17th, 2015, under NOTEBOOK, VIDEOTAPE

I partnered up with Target to share this adorable new chapter in my son’s Christmas experiences.   My little son is 6 and a half now, and he’s really starting to get how the whole gift giving thing works. Beyond receiving as many of them as he possibly can. He’s in that vague place between […]

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6yo’s Adorable First-Time Reaction to STAR WARS (Video)

Posted by on November 24th, 2015, under VIDEOTAPE

We’d planned it for weeks, but I’d been thinking for years about my little son seeing Star Wars for his first time. I’d been getting a little anxious with the swiftly approaching release of The Force Awakens. I wanted my little lad to see A New Hope and its original cast of characters — Luke, […]

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A Guide to the Outrageous Obstacles of Feeding Young Kids

Posted by on November 17th, 2015, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

Annie’s Homegrown partnered with us to bring this Instructional Diagram to life. So we could just all stare in confused fascination at some of the challenges in the mind-bending obstacle course parents face in getting food in their kids’ faces.   You don’t need to train your kids to breathe. So you’d kind of think, […]

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Haunted House or Just a House with a Kid?

Posted by on October 19th, 2015, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

This Instructional Diagram is brought to you by the rad people at Redfin.   When your house becomes possessed by a baby or kid, paranormal activity becomes very parent-normal. If you want to do some ghost hunting, you don’t need to put on night-vision goggles and stumble around a condemned house hyperventi-whimpering. Just visit the […]

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5 Reactions to Mufasa’s Death in The Lion King (VIDEO)

Posted by on October 7th, 2015, under VIDEOTAPE

SPOILER ALERT! Parents are an endangered species in Disney movies. It’s a winning formula, we get it. Sometimes, one or both are already dead or missing, but occasionally we get to watch a parent die before our very own tear-pissing eyes. In this video here, let’s look at five people’s reactions while watching this scene, […]

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Crappy Kids’ Jokes That Are So Crappy They’re Hilarious

Posted by on July 9th, 2015, under SNAPSHOTS

Their laughter is contagious. Which is good, because sometimes their jokes are so bad, contagion is the only hope for a laugh. They can also be soooooo bad, they’re hilarious. It’s hard not to chuckle when they laughsplode at a joke they’ve just told that makes absolutely no sense, heck!, it may even have below-zero […]

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The Crazy Ways Kids Rename Things (30+ Pictures)

Posted by on May 27th, 2015, under SNAPSHOTS

My son walked up to me recently and asked me where the “burger shovel” was. After I was done chuckling, I asked him what he needed a spatula for. He answered, “I need your s-spaatuulaa for my pretend restaurant.” He said the word like he was taste-testing it for an in-depth Yelp review. Kids are […]

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Hilarious Fake Notes from Kids

Posted by on May 6th, 2015, under NOTEBOOK

As soon as kids are able to string spoken words into tangled sentences, it seems like they’re also already telling tall tales. “Not me!” “I reawwy washeded my hands.” “I no have to go potty!” HAH! Lies. A lot of kids are to fibs what Willy Wonka is to chocolate. Aaaaaaand then the cute little […]

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All the Ways Kids Become Owners of Things

Posted by on April 22nd, 2015, under NOTEBOOK

It’s been a while since we’ve been babies and kids, so it’s easy to forget what it’s like for them and that they tend to be consistently unemployed and extremely cash poor. Understandably so, since it’s kind of a legal thing that they can’t earn a wage, but that doesn’t stop them from needing and […]

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