My son and I made a Lego White House. Actually, it was my White House Lego project but I had too many one-sided conversations with the instruction booklet so my son took over when I wasn’t looking. He thinks his White House Lego instructions are better. Or I wasn’t working fast enough. As a mom, I’ve […]
My friend Charles posted on facebook “What exactly is a cootie?” I asked my kids for a cootie explanation: Me: “What is a cootie?” Daughter: “A cootie is a thing that makes you go crazy.” Son: “No, it’s not. It’s a thing that…actually; I have no idea what a cootie is.” Daughter: “It’s a shot […]
If you missed the Apollo 18 movie, I created a photo synopsis using Legos. Here’s a link to the movie’s Lunar Truth Mission Control Blog. If you’re into aliens, Elenin, Nibiru and Wall Street, a cool website is TaoFear. Don’t forget to smell the roses and enjoy your day.
For those who express their voice through photography, the Washington Post wants to see your political voice. On Tuesday, the Washington Post launched “What Does the Economy Look Like Where You Live?” A new project for Instagram users to share their political photos just in time for next week’s Washington Post/Bloomberg presidential debate. With social media […]
If you want to know the President’s job, I highly recommend asking a child. I don’t push my political opinions on my children, as I want them to think for themselves. Of course, they know our family has been in America since the early 1600’s but that’s not why they have an opinion or love […]