No one has ever groveled like a parent with a screaming toddler on a plane. “Here’s pretzels. Have a cookie. Here’s a bag of sugar. Hey, I got an idea, let’s sing “Baby Shark.’ In fact, here’s Daddy’s iPhone; all yours! Whatever your heart desires, up to half the kingdom, is yours. Just stop screaming!” … Continue reading Flying with Toddlers & the Depravity of Mankind
If my friend Nathaniel, for instance, gets a slight whiff of a stinky diaper he'll forcibly crash through a second story window to escape the smell. If you can't overcome this instinct I'm afraid you'll injure yourself because you'll be jumping out of windows three of four times a day.
Janice opens the cupboard, pulls out a black top hat, sticks her hand into it and yells "Abracadabra!" then pulls out a hot, nutritionally balanced meal neatly arranged on a plate. "How did you do that!?" "What? This? It's just some leftovers I threw together."
Quickly and easily learn to speak like Adilene, our 16 month old daughter, with this comprehensive guide.
Some people build cathedral like nurseries for their babies, inspired by the best and brightest ideas that Pinterest has to offer. They equip the room with inspirational banners reminding the baby to participate in "Sweet Dreams" and they adorn the walls with artful Bible verses admonishing the baby in the way it should go. I … Continue reading If You’re Happy & You Know It… Sing This Song Again