Everything you ever needed to know about yourself you can learn from watermelon.
Basal Cell Carcinoma has turned me into a sunscreen freak and a shade ninja.
If you take this quiz, you will learn a lot about yourself. And you will learn a lot about corn.
Well, here we go again: another year down, and hopefully a lot more to go. As I sneak up on my next birthday, I’ve been trying to figure out if I’ve actually gotten any wiser this year…and the answer is that, yes, I have definitely grown as a person. [And I’m not just referring to my waistline.]
Sure, kids can get hurt at playgrounds, but parents are at risk as well. If you do visit a playground with your child, it’s important to take precaution.
What is a meme? This is a philosophical question indeed.
Do you have children? Are you extremely tired, in fact, so tired that your pillow and your lack of energy are all you can think about? If so, you might have a serious condition called Extremely Tired Parent Syndrome (ETPS).
You can hope for all this white stuff to melt away (and eventually it will) but, before that, you’re probably going to have suit up in your warmest gear, your ugliest hat, and your waterproof boots in order to move it, one shovel-full at a time. That is, unless you have the good sense to invest in a snowblower.
Budget-friendly? Yes? Multi-functional? You bet. If you have a little kid, you need at least one bag of these…even if you never intend to make a craft with them.
Our mostly chill and easy-going child has begun to occasionally resemble a tiny tornado. Sometimes he whirls around our house so fast that he’s a blur. In honor of his safety, the safety of others, and the safety of our house, we’re trying to figure out WHY he’s spinning.
This is a very complicated one ingredient recipe. Probably only professional chefs and true culinary geniuses will be able to follow it.
When I was in college, I dreamed I would one day have a newspaper column. And then, POOF!* It happened! *POOF in this case does not indicate a magical or instantaneous occurrence.
For those of you who are road trippin’ this summer, I have a traffic report: It’s bad out there. Real bad. Everywhere. If you get behind the wheel, chances are […]
If you make popsicles for your two year old, think carefully where he eats them, ie not near the white couch.
For father’s day, I gave my husband the best gift I could think of: I didn’t use the word “but.”
Isn’t it weird/cool/surprising when seemingly disparate elements in life intersect? For example, here at the home tome headquarters we finally got a fence installed this week. Simultaneously, I have been […]
The interloper was lodged sideways under the surface of our toddler’s palm and it looked pretty cozy in there, with no intention of budging. We had our tweezers ready, but […]
I’m finding, lately, that parenting is a bit like performing in a slapstick comedy or maybe a vaudeville routine: if you’re anything like me, you’ll go to some strange lengths […]