Monthly Archives: February 2012

Children’s Museum

If you have kids and live in a city with a children’s museum, take them.  If you aren’t familiar with this kind of place, its often a facility with interactive exhibits for children of all ages.  Often it’s just as

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How Do You Like Them Apples?

The apple is one of the world’s best and most simple foods.  It can be carried in a pocket or shipped around the world in a barrel, combining portability with durability, and the best examples can remain crispy, juicy, and

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High Tech Contacts

I’m lucky enough to have some prototype high-tech contact lenses.  They’ve been embedded with a tiny microchip that has a clock and calendar.  This way my contacts know if I’m running late, so they can fold up an be impossible

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Kid’s Craft Project Gone Wrong

I’ve been looking at this thing every morning for weeks.  My daughter made it at school and proudly brought it home and placed it on the dining room table. “Look at my snowman, Babbo!” Is that what it is?  There’s

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Bedtime Stories My Daughter Hates, Pt. 4

This is the last one, and then it’s lights out! Once upon a time there was a chicken called Mr. Cluckers.  He had very fancy pants.  Mr. Cluckers strutted over to the hens. “Look at MY fancy pants!” he crowed.

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Bedtime Stories My Daughter Hates Pt. 3

In my never-ending quest to get my daughter wound up, here’s the newest story that earned the Child Harbat Scowl of Disapproval: Once upon a time there was a pony named Sparkles.  She had sparkles on her hooves, sparkles on

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