The New York Review of Books publishing imprint has been steadily bringing lost classics back into print, including dozens of books for kids of all ages. Now they're having a summer sale, and all children's book titles are 30% off through...Show More Summary
Here is an orange calfskin bookcase in the shape of a geometric squirrel fron Petit h, Hermès's upcycling collection of oddball one-off objects overseen by the great-great-great-granddaughter of the company, Pascale Mussard. I guess it's better than starting an heiress rock band, or being a socialite-DJ in St. Show More Summary
There's only one headline that freaks me out this week, and it includes the words, "Whooping Cough Epidemic." California has declared a pertussis epidemic, with 3,458 cases reported since the beginning of the 2014, more than in all of...Show More Summary
DO NOT BE ALARMED IF SOMEONE WHO WAS ALIVE BEFORE THE NINETIES MIGHT ACTUALLY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT SOMETHING — Jenny Holzer, Mom (@JennyHolzerMom) March 17, 2014
Longtime dadblogger Oren Miller of Bloggerfather was recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. A group of his friends, fans, and readers have already raised nearly $10,000 to help with medical and family expenses. You can join your support and best thoughts for Oren and his family now. Give Back To Oren [giveforward via @laidoffdad] Cancer [bloggerfather]
Writer Gabe Roth got busted by park cops for letting his 3yo daughter pee behind a bush in a Brooklyn waterfront park, and The Awl is ON it. Actually what most people seem to be on is the cop's side, because Gabe is apparently a loathsome,...Show More Summary
It's a gorgeous, clear sunny day here. And as we go about our busy weekend, I'm constantly pulled back to thinking about Eric Meyer and his family, who are with their daughter Rebecca on what will likely be her last day. It is also her sixth birthday. Show More Summary
News piles up during the week, news from the worlds of parenting, science, health, politics, education, &c., that's designed to get your attention by freaking you out. Here at Daddy Types, we like to help parents sail through the week...Show More Summary
Why has no one thought of this before. WHY. pic.twitter.com/fmT3azBVzG — Techmog (@Techmog) June 5, 2014 All you need is a little Kragle.
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Hello, St Louis airport! Where kids can play at being a listless TSA official pic.twitter.com/Hi7anzZHNr — Rebecca Mead (@Rebeccamead_NYC) June 4, 2014 Honestly, if your kid can go through the play X-ray machine, I think I'm totally fine with this. Just watch the patdowns. [via twitter, obv] Previously, related: Playmobil Security Checkpoint
Seriously, this is the perfect before and after at Target picture about open carry yahoos pic.twitter.com/4sjNFNaNo0 — Abe Sauer (@abesauer) June 4, 2014 Wasn't giving ribbons to everyone in peewee league supposed to cure this generation of its insecurities? Can we come up with a next plan before gun nuts nuts with guns randomly kill someone at Chipotle or wherever?
By throwing the Social Security Agency's actuarial tables against their name registration data, 538 has come up with some interesting analysis of the age distribution for names in the US. This table of the "Deadest Names" is probably the most clickbaity--and whaddyaknow I clicked on it. Show More Summary
Now that the only books he reads anymore are kids' books, he Guardian's Charlie Brooker has an awesomely cranky paean to Roger Hargreave's capitalistic masterpiece, the Mister Men & Little Miss series, which he [Englishly] grew up on,...Show More Summary
The smackdown of Caillou turns out to be only the 25th awesomest thing about John Oliver's report on how badly the cable/internet providers are going to screw us all if their gutting of net neutrality rules goes forward. Last Week Tonight...Show More Summary
To that nice Christian lady and her baby daddy in Memphis, who strapped their 1-month-old kid onto the train of her wedding dress when she walked down the aisle, who then posted the pic on Facebook, and faced down the critics' wrath with a hearty, "Our 1 month old was awake and well secured on my train. Show More Summary
The other day, driving into NYC, I passed a white-looking Volvo with such an unusual color, I had to take off my yellow-tinted sunglasses. It turned out to be a buttery yellow, and if it's not the first time I've seen it, it was definitely the first time I'd noticed it. Show More Summary
in the accessible restroom.
but the sink/counter areas are wide enough you can work with it. Or try the accessible bathroom for more space.