Archive for August, 2011
Our son, now pushing a whopping two and a half, has this phrase down pat. I can safely say that it is due to practicing it over…and over….and over again.
So I scrounged up the old Atari and the video game, but he didn’t seem to grasp the humor, so I was at a loss. While the Wifey will say that childcare is probably a 60% – 40% proposition (60% Mom, 40% Dad), I like to think it is 50/50. I feed, water, and clean him — but I don’t seem to get the fruit More >
To be fair, this is a daily email called Enagage : Moms, so it should be about moms. I imagine that some of the writers that put together articles use terms like “parent” or “parents” and simply scratch out and put “mom”. This isn’t a knock or a criticism. Hey, I signed up to get the thing, so it’s on me if I don’t like it. More >
Ah, the AeroBed. I know there are folks far older than me that will say “You got to sleep on egg crates?, In my day we slept on the ground with a rock angled just right so that it pressed into our backs.” Well, I grew up with egg crates and sleeping bags. The AeroBed and general availability of power have made life a lot more comfortable.
Enter the AeroBed for kids. What makes it different to the delight of any parent? Raised sides.The skinny on why we like it:
1. When our son grew out of his Pack N’ Play More >
After just about two and a half years and a brief stint on an Aerobed (a re view on this gem coming soon), we modified the IKEA Mammut crib into the IKEA Mammut toddler bed. As I have noted in some earlier comments, the crib/bed has held up great — but we were also lucky with the fact our son didn’t gnaw on the railing. We are still in love with this piece and the three drawer chest that is in his room.
A few things: 1. Make sure to read the instructions. Changing the crib into the bed requires More >