Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Next year, Kate Middleton and Prince William will embark on a rather lengthy royal tour of Australia, and yes, Prince George will be accompanying them. But his nanny, on the other hand, will not. According...Show More Summary
I’m joining in with the 20 Days of a kid-Made Christmas fiesta today and sharing an idea for some DIY clay heart decorations, which are so pretty for hanging on the Christmas tree or as some festive bunting. Here’s the DIY clay recipe and how to make the heart decorations. Show More Summary
Readers — Here’s a letter I just got from a fellow journalist I’ve met a few times, and like: Dear Lenore: I hate to say this but I think the helicopter mommies are right. Now that I am seeing kids in college who grew up this way, I have to admit they are pretty darn (continue reading...)
Post by Mary Fischer. As the mom of a second grader who will be turning 8 years old in a matter of months -- I'm no dummy when it comes to Christmas. Given his age, I know my days are numbered as far as how much longer he'll believe in Santa -- and something in my gut keeps telling me this just might be his last year. Show More Summary
Post by Jeanne Sager. The moment a little girl from Holland climbs on the lap of Santa Claus in Miracle on 34th Street and Kris Kringle starts speaking to her in Dutch may be one of the top five best holiday movie scenes of all time....Show More Summary
(This event happened a couple of days ago but I think it’s still a great topic for our discussion.) The girls and I were watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday morning. We were talking about the Broadway shows as the different performers sang and danced in front of Macy’s. Show More Summary
I know I’ve done a couple of similar posts in recent weeks, but dammit if people aren’t hilarious on Twitter when it comes to the holidays, and I would be remiss if I didn’t share i with you. I’ve spent … More » Hilarious And Insightful Parenting-Related Black Friday Tweets To Brighten Your Weekend is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Another victim is being reported due to this ridiculous knockout game trend and I'm kind of afraid to walk the streets at night now. More » Another Elderly Person Is Attacked In Ridiculous Knockout Game is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
When parents are ready to buy the ultimate ride, California businesswoman Tiffany Nelson will help them choose the custom wheels, paint jobs, electronics and cup holders they desire.But Nelson isn’t running a car dealership; she sells deluxe children’s wagons.This is definitely not the red Radio Flyer you might remember from childhood. Show More Summary
As the smallest baby ever delivered at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center, Alexis Clarke has amazed even her doctors. Born six months ago weighing barely 11 ounces — less than a can of soda — little Alexis now tops...Show More Summary
Last night I shared a post with you about the Pinypon Ski Lodge and the Snow Car. I just think this brand is so adorable that I wanted to let you know about another Pinypon set that is available exclusively at Costco – the Pinypon Weekend Getaway Hotel. This super cute set comes with 50 […]
"Activist" and nut job Mark Dice took to the streets dressed as Santa to shame Black Friday shoppers and was hilarious. More » Looney Toons ‘Activist’ Mark Dice Shames Black Friday Shoppers, Hilarity Ensues is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Post by Michele Zipp. When I was pregnant, one of the things my friend whose daughter was 2 at the time told me was to never keep the house quiet. Even with an infant. She stressed how I shouldn't tip-toe around and worry about every little noise. Show More Summary
Readers — This story from The Telegraph makes Kafka look like Louisa May Alcott. I don’t share it as a tale of, “Look what’s happening all the time!” because, thank God, it is unique. What it does illustrate is what happens when the government is allowed to make parenting decisions. Drastic ones. Always, of course, (continue reading...)
Kids activities all week long with NurtureStore’s Play planner If you’d like to have a copy of the weekly play planner delivered straight to your e-mail in box, just pop your e-mail address in the box below. The planner will arrive on a Sunday, ready and waiting with a week’s worth of play ideas for... Show More Summary
Guest Post from Zanni Louise from My Little Sunshine House It was one of my first sleepovers. I was about eight. I laid awake, restless. Excited. “Do you think it’s dark enough yet?” asked my friend. We pulled back the covers, and with torches navigated our way through the living room, and into her back garden. [...]
Being an expectant mom during the holidays can be exhilarating. However, the mayhem of seasonal preparations can be exhausting and challenging. If you must also travel during this time, you might find the physical demands of being pregnant overwhelming. Show More Summary
School is important, but there are lessons outside of the classroom that every kid can use to get ahead, or – as we like to say with our foundation – to become the best version of themselves. Some of those lessons go a long way in helping students become valuable company assets after graduation. Show More Summary
From today’s New York Times’ obit about Al Plastino, who drew scores of Superman comic books from the 1940s through the 1960s, as well as the Superman and Batman newspaper comic strips: Alfred John Plastino was born on Dec. 15, 1921, in Manhattan and grew up in the Bronx. His mother died when he was (continue reading...)
Around this time every year, I have the girls go through their room and get rid of any toys they no longer play with because I know they will be getting a flood of exciting new toys for Christmas. One new toy that they are going to be thrilled to play with this year is […]