July 2008 Archives

July 31, 2008

BRB, Bldg The Dome

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Welcome To The Play Dome, originally uploaded by daddytypes. We're finally getting the chance to...
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The Daddy Reads At Night

St George, Utah, a sleepy Mormon pioneer town in the desert my in-laws just retired to, has all grown up. It even has a great used bookstore run by friendly, rainbow stickered Subaru-driving Obama supporters, which is where I...
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Now Patti LaBelle Knows Her ABC's

Turns out not all the Elmo Era Sesame Street is a writeoff. Who knew?...
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Nursemaid's Elbow? How About Ear-Piercing Scream-Inducing Dislocated Elbow?

Some vacation. I find that the days end up so packed with big events, I get behind on the blogging. Like how I didn't get to write about Monday's flat tire at the Spiral Jetty until Tuesday night. And how...
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July 30, 2008

The Audi S8 Avant, The Bigfoot Of Station Wagons

So last night, after an offhand reference to an offhand reference by the AMG Hammer Wagon guy of an Audi S8 Avant prototype, I thought I'd go look it up. Which is like a recovering alcoholic just popping into...
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July 29, 2008

Car & Driver Boss Wagon Is Back, And It's A Mazdaspeed 5!

Station wagons weren't always considered hopelessly lame and unmarketable. They're certainly cool enough for Car & Driver's legendary Boss Wagon project series, for example. Seems that the magazine's editors would pick an otherwise sedate station wagon or van and...
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AMG Hammer Wagon, Der 80's Uber-Mercedes

A 1988 Mercedes 300TE 6.0, aka, the AMG Hammer Wagon, is on the eBay right now. If you're not up to speed on your AMG history, this is from the tuner's independent heyday, when the AMG Hammer, a W124...
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Kids These Days And Their Spiral Jetty Roadtrips

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Bugaboo @ Spiral Jetty, originally uploaded by daddytypes. Hey, it's not sparkly white crystals surrounded...
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Free Baby Strollers And A McConaughey

In addition to an Orbit Baby system and a Bugaboo Bee, Matthew McConaughey also has a manny who looks like Woody Harrelson. [images via splash@trent and bugaboo's in-house paparazzi, apparently] Previously: Three McConaugheys and a Baby...
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Holy Smokes, PBS Is Dropping Mister Rogers?? This Must Be Stopped.

Is this true?? PBS is dropping Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from its daily syndicated feed to its local affiliate stations in September, and instead sending out a single episode on weekends?? How in the world are local affiliates supposed to air...
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July 28, 2008

The Ancient Art Of Baby Balancing

So I saw this old photo on c-monster, which got me wondering just how long this balancing a baby on one hand thing has been going on. There are over 800 "balancing baby" videos on YouTube at the moment....
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July 27, 2008

Whoops, Missed That Herman Miller Kite

Just checking in on the vintage goods at the awesome Landscape Products in Tokyo, and what do I find? A little kit for a Herman Miller kite. It seems to date from around 1980. The triangular pieces covered with...
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Ayum-Day, Aby-Baby! Ip-skay The Unes-Pray Before The Oadtrip-Ray!

With K2 now literally demanding solid food whenever we sit down to eat, I'm reminded again of the direct cause & effect relationship between what goes in a baby's mouth and what--or how and when, really--it comes out. I'd even...
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BBC Olympic Monkey By Gorillaz' Dads

I don't know what NBC's Olympic routine includes, but they already receive an automatic 0.5 point deduction for not having Jamie Hewlett and Damon Alborn create a Gorillaz-style Monkey from a Chinese fable as a mascot. Here's an embeddable...
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July 26, 2008

Mio & Mao & The Other Awesome Stop Animation Of Francesco Messeri

Who knew, Francesco Messeri is the Florentine master of stop-action animation, and he has been for at least a generation. Messeri's Mio Mao is a series of short adventures of a pair of claymation kittens. Quaq Quao is a...
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July 25, 2008

DT Friday Freakout: Soy Formula In A Plastic Bottle On A Granite Countertop Edition

Where to start ruining your weekend? With a trip to Target to stock up on totally-safe-after-all plastic bottles, or with a trip to Home Depot to get a home radiation testing kit for your granite counter? The NY Times article...
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Mamma Mia, El Gatto Meo di Bruno Munari, Senza Volto!

Turns out vulcanized rubber cats have less than nine lives. In 1949 Bruno Munari made some special promotional black cats called Gatto Meo for Pirelli using the company's flagship product. It's not known how many survive [the image below...
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DT On Location: And In Local Crazy And/Or Parenting News...

When it comes to bullet points, I'm a traditionalist: the minimum is three. Unfortunately, this week the Utah media have only been able to come up with two wacked out parents stories. So I made the parenting angle optional....
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July 24, 2008

Thank You, Target, May I Have Another? Elmo LikeABike Knockoff

So maybe Target was just testing the waters when they steamrolled Like-A-Bike last year with their own $50 made-in-China knockoff. Because not only are they back, they're expecting you to pay ten bucks more for the Elmo version and...
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DT On Location: ATV-Riding Daughters of Utah Pioneers

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Daughters of Utah Pioneers riding on an ATV, originally uploaded by daddytypes. Pioneer Day in...
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DT On Location: Pioneer Day Festival In Ivins, Utah

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } jeans quilt for sale in the Ivins town Pioneer Day celebration, originally uploaded by daddytypes....
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July 23, 2008

Irasshaimase! Maclaren Store Opens In Minami Aoyama

High-touch Maclaren stroller service centers: they're not just for SoHo anymore! Nomura Premium Products, the importing agent for Maclaren in Japan, just opened the company's first storefront in the Minami Aoyama neighborhood of Tokyo, or as the publicists prefer...
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Hey Makie, You Look Mighty Fine Makin' Them Jeans

Dude, I thought that APC jeans for kids were as awesome as it got, but they only go down to size 4, which still drowns our kid, eight months after I bought them. Now I see that Makie, the...
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Life, Art, Fashion, Blog, Store Merge In Le Vestiare de Jeanne

A lot of people struggle with balancing work and family. A lot of people struggle with balancing a private life with one lived in the public eye. A lot of people struggle with drawing the line between online and...
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Hey IE Users, Does Your Daddytypes.com Look Like This?

So I just heard from a regular reader that all the posts are missing when he opens the site in Internet Explorer. Does that happen to anyone else? Any sense of when it started? If you've missed the posts...
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July 22, 2008

Voluskrin: OG Icelandic Toys

No sheep--or polar bears--were harmed in the making of this fascinating, old school Icelandic toybox and toy set. The little bone fragments and such are made of plastic:In Icelandic farmhouses of yesteryear, children had a special hiding place for...
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This Here Faux-lar Bear Rug Made From Sheepskin By Crazy Icelander

Because global warming isn't forcing enough polar bears to swim hundreds of miles across open ocean to Iceland, where the local redneck cops can gun them down and turn them into rugs, they are forced to make polar bear-looking...
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Parodists, Learn A Lessons From Pat the Politician

Huh. Here's an Amazon commenter's description of the 2004 politically minded reinterpretation of a classic children's book, Pat The Bunny. It's called Pat the Politician:See what is inside Bush II's head (nothing), touch Bill Clinton's underpants, pull Barbara Bush's...
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NameTrends Follows Trend Toward Data-Driven Baby Naming

Kottke says that all the slice&dice data options at NameTrends.net are the new "gold standard for baby name web doohickeys." I still like the elegance of NameVoyager's "starts-with" visualizations better. Even if NameTrends' added sorts, like names with similar popularity...
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July 21, 2008

Kali Whoa! Take The Hindu Deities, Leave The Karma

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Brahma, Kali, Ganesha, originally uploaded by daddytypes. So we were driving around Salt Lake City...
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Awe. Some. Baby's First Internet At The Morning News

Wow, The Morning News is back from vacation, and how. As if in answer to my offhand Facebook Generation [sic] question, Kevin Fanning and Kean Soo have created Baby's First Internet, a boardbook in slideshow format. It is awesome:...
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Sweet Price On A Slightly Used Maxi-Cosi Cabrio EasyFix

What'll it be like for the Facebook Generation [sic] whose whole life is documented online? Well, for one thing, it'll be easier for them to sell their slightly used car seats on eBay because bidders can go read their blog...
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DT's First Class Advice For Flying

So Saturday we flew out from Washington, DC to Utah for a couple of weeks to see various grandparents--and the Spiral Jetty, of course, but that won't be until next week. No matter how many times we do it, flying...
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July 20, 2008

Wow, Wow What Have We Here? Plush Noggin 'Clones'

When you've been sewing for 50 years like Gramma Ruth, you don't "knock off" anything, least of all the so-far unlicensed, unmonetized characters of some media conglomerate-come-lately like Nickelodeon. No, when you make your own homebrew plush versions of...
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It's Not Easy Being In The Smithsonian's Jim Henson Exhibit

The girls and I went to the Jim Henson Legacy exhibition that just opened in some basement gallery at the Smithsonian, so you don't have to. Seriously, just put it in a book. Or a file folder, what a...
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July 18, 2008

DT Friday Freakout: Wolftrap-To-Wolf Suit Edition

Just in time for the weekend, here's some news you can use--to help figure out how you're doing, parenting-wise: First up, the big news for parents of kids born in 2007: The CDC has released the provisional numbers, and your...
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You Have No IDEA

First off, kudos to Skip*Hop and Scott Henderson: the awesome Splash Bottle Rack won a Bronze in the Home Living category of the 2008 Industrial Designers Society of America's IDEA Awards. Besides being extremely practical, I love the way the...
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Bag-o-Bones: PBK-Meets-CSI

Nothing adds edgy ambiance to your pleasantly whitebread merchandise mix quite like a child-size skeleton. On the one hand, paper pulp doesn't have the long-term playability of wood, or even plastic. On the other hand, IT'S 30% OFF! monogramming...
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Nobi-Nobi Disney Ball Tower Of The Apocalypse

Holy crap, Takara Tomy! Flashing lights, multiple melody buttons, melody balls, sounds, raising towers, spiraling ball tracks--inside and out--ball hiders, ball holders, ball chutes, clocks, butterflies, Mickey, Minnie, Donald...The insane Nobi-Nobi Ball Tower has 16 [!] separate features for...
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July 17, 2008

If You Buy Just One Republican-Themed Shirt This Season, Buy This One

Because the exorbitant margins on CafePress go straight into the pocket of some random profiteer, not the actual GOP. Turns out the GOP's even threatening to sue for trademark infringement. Also, those elephants are pointing left. HAH! Rightwing Stuff...
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Alas, Poor Dodge MAXXcab Minivan-Truck, We Knew Him Not At All

PickupTrucks.com just named the 2000 Dodge MAXXcab concept one of the "5 Ugliest Concept Trucks" ever. The minivan-derived design, they said, was what was left over after the Dodge Power Wagon "had used up its designers' testosterone." Funny, that...
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Bugaboo "Event!" 2007 Cameleons 20% Off At Amazon/Right Start

Here's something you don't see [from a company that's not going bankrupt] everyday: a "sales event" from Amazon and Right Start, where "select Bugaboo Cameleons" are 20% off. So instead of $859 or $899, they're just $719 or $749....
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Rare Beatrix Potter, Or A Surly Old Lady Muttering, "Beat It!"

Peacay does it again. Some of the rare Beatrix Potter illustrations at Bibliodyssey are from a sale at Sotheby's in London which is going on any. minute. But a lot more are culled from archives and who knows where....
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July 16, 2008

Jim Henson's Early Experimental Films ARE Online After All

While he was still getting the whole Muppet thing off the ground, Jim Henson also created some seriously serious, experimental films. His 1964 short, Time Piece, is eight-and-a-half minutes of surreal stop-action animation and what not--including a 60's-style stripper, heads...
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F-Raise Has A Great Crate Chair There

F-Raise is a Japanese concept store, with the concept being, "All things wooden, simple, and natural." It's simultaneously more precious and more homebody than J. Peterman; a Non-Urban Outfitters, with plywood and safety glass replaced by chicken wire and...
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Hmm, Lots Of Vintage Video Clips In This New SesameStreet.org Screenshot

According to the dutiful Times article, the new & improved Sesame Street website will be previewed at BlogHer this weekend. Seeing as how I'm not going, I will just wait patiently to hear the reviews. But judging from the...
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July 15, 2008

Phil & Teds' Publicist: They're "The Apple Of Juvenile Products"

NY Times columnist Joe Nocera was tickled pink to receive a random, slightly rambling, and over-the-top press release from Phil & Teds' publicist trying to connect the brand somehow to the birth of the Brangelina Twins. Suffice it to say,...
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From Sweet Juniper To Sesame Street: Feist Hits The Big Time

That's the power of dadblogging for you. Before Jim linked to her homemade music video on Sweet Juniper, Leslie Feist was working behind the counter of a Tim Hortons, with no prospects for fulfilling her two lifelong dreams: having...
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Whoops, Old School Sesame Street Not Graded For Spelling

Was just scrolling through the YouTube with the kid for a minute and found this. It looks like the work of Fred Calvert's studio, which also did the animation for Steve Zuckerman's "I in the Sky." Did I mention...
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Whew! Kids And California Modern Houses DO Mix

The nursery in a fastidiously restored, mid-century modernist California tract home. It's the space that launched a thousand trips to Ikea. CA Modern magazine has a story about how kids are not actually incompatible with your Eichler house's modernist lifestyle....
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July 14, 2008

True Story: They Give Birth Standing Up In Panama, Peru

If only I hadn't let my National Geographic subscription expire thirty years ago, I totally would've known this already: some of the indigenous people in Central and South America have a tradition of giving birth standing up or sitting....
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Hold That Self-Righteous Mob, Chicago, This Cage-Dad Coverage Sucks

"Nothing about the outside of Ricardo Gonzalez's deep blue Land Rover tells there's a homemade jail inside, where his two young daughters were completely immobilized in tight seats covered with straps, just like an electric chair." Can you ever imagine...
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Awesome Baby-Sized Ply Play Kitchen By Shiroma Somebody

When I first saw this plywood play kitchen at Mary-Branche, a Japanese online kids&moms boutique, I thought it was nice and simple. If a little chunky, what'd they do, double up the plywood? Wow, check out the smooth finish,...
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July 13, 2008

Hippie Directive: Deliver Plant To Apple Superiors

So how's it going for the hippie farmers who want to teach the world to sing, and furnish it with iPhone 3G's, grow apple trees, and save the honey bees on the snowy White House lawn? [cue Mr. Burns...
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Not Amish, Not Uma: DT Comments Week In Review

Changing the backend software here at Daddy Types has resulted in many valuable comments getting flagged by the spam filter. While I look for a solution, I've been wading through several thousand spams a day, pulling out the legitimate comments....
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From Ortho, Makers Of America's Favorite Herbicide, Comes America's Favorite DIY PoMo Cradle

When you're a dad-to-be with a nursery to outfit, the most important thing is to go with a name you can trust. That's why Ortho, a division of the Chevron Chemical Corporation, and the maker of Round-Up, America's favorite herbicide,...
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Hello! Goodnight, Bush

It was Spring 2006 when I demanded more parody versions of Goodnight, Moon. And now that the most jaw-droppingly awesome, hilarious, and politically charged parody has hit the shelves, not only do I not get credit for its inspiration,...
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July 11, 2008

DT Friday Freakout: Eat, Drink & Be Merry edition

It's late, I know--almost midnight on the east coast--but it's not too late to ruin your weekend by jumping to conclusions based on preliminary results from the world of kid-related research: Got HPV-laced milk? A Finnish government-sponsored study of HPV,...
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Swedish Leather Bears Skg Love From Generou$ Daddy Types

Between this post and the drug namedump before it, it's turning out to be Confound The Search Engines Week here at DT. The Swedish Leather Bears in question are all named Chester, and they're the introductory character toy from Acne...
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Funny Or Die's Not Dead Yet! Three McConaugheys and a Baby

Three Matthew McConaugheys and A Baby [funnyordie.com via radar]...
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Drug Names As Baby Names?

Even though they regularly name kids after when and where they were conceived [Brooklyn, Indiana August], I haven't heard of anyone naming his kid after how they were conceived. There have been Vans and even a Viggo on our playground,...
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July 10, 2008

OG Torendo! Japanese Wooden Kindergarten Chairs

[via] [other nice pics here] The love of post-war design in Japan isn't only for Eames chairs and the homegrown 60's Danish knockoffs. There's also the simple, rustic, functional furniture that had to be made locally from whatever wood...
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July 9, 2008

Vietnamese Dad, Sling, Tattoo By Pratchaya Phinthong

Thai photographer Pratchaya Phinthong took this photo in a mountain village in centrsl Vietnam, where he traveled with the artist Danh Vo and Dominic Eichler, who wrote about the trip in the Summer issue of frieze magazine. Travels with...
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It's Just An LSD Cocktail: Timothy Leary Psychedelics Coloring Book

Dear Buyer Of It Now for this rare, unmarked copy of Timothy Leary's 1967 History of the Psychedelic Movement Cartoon and Coloring Book: If you're not planning on publishing a facsimile version, please at least post a set of print-quality...
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Go Audition To Be The Voice of Diego, GO!

Holy smokes, do they pay in free bedding sets and melamine dishware?? Nick Jr. is looking RIGHT NOW for a new voice of Diego, to record "ASAP!" Does your kid fit the bill? If you're anywhere near the demo for...
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Wall Sticks For Chicks!

Fathead Commercials Geared Towards the Lady of the House and Home Décor Market Livonia, MI. July 7, 2008- Fathead® , the number one sports and entertainment brand best-known for its officially licensed life-size images of pro athletes, favorite heroes,...
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DTQ: How Much Does That Formula Scoop Actually Hold?

Short answer: a rounded tablespoon, or about 3.5 teaspoons. Longer explanation: Breasts travel well, especially to the beach. Just one more way in which they're the best. But the true sign that you love your child is that you don't...
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July 8, 2008

Not Self-Evident Enough, Apparently: Park Slope Dad Pens Declaration Of Co-Dependence

If Blognigger isn't actually one of Thomas Jefferson's long-unacknowledged descendants, he's still the black Patrick Henry of Park Slope. Like his blog handle, Blognigger's Declaration of Co-Dependence is not for the meek. [Unlefs maybe all those f-words are actually s-words...
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Hippie Farmers, Kid, Camp Out For iPhones, Publicity

I don't see what the mystery is, GearDiary: some hippies have figured out a simple, 4-step plan for saving the earth: 1) Solicit donations and email addresses for a non-existent non-profit with a TBD mission statement ["#1: Draft mission statement...
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The Difference Between Campana And Country

So about this chair: I always keep my eyes out for a good base that I could use to make a kid-size Campana Brothers-style stuffed animal chair. I'd imagined using either Takashi Murakami plush dolls or Ugly Dolls, but...
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July 7, 2008

New York City Subway Map Socks

Though Christoph Niemann's boy laughed at the obsolescence, I'd buy these NYC subway map socks [$7] precisely because they still show the Q running as an orange line to 21st Street, Queens. Back in the day, the Q was...
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Wait, So The Saab 9-3 Turbo X SportCombi Is Actually Awesome?

In what might be the kickoff of Implausible Scandinavian Jets Week, the 300 Saab 9-3 Turbo X's are clearly generating their desired Halo Effect. Over at Hemmings, Mark calls the 286-hp AWD Audi S4-chaser "wicked-looking and seriously fun-to-drive." and...
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Finn Jet: Born From Mercedes

By now, I'm sure you've seen the crazed, 4-axle GM van conversion on eBay, the one with the sauna and shower in the trailer, "so that your wife can take a shower while you are driving"? [jalopnik is preserving...
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Amish-Made Kids Clothes

Little did I know when I wrote about it last week, but Plain Christian clothing isn't just for polygamists and Amish anymore. It's a whole movement! Or a cluster of tiny, fringe movements, anyway. And as the fine, made-to-measure...
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Ever-Innovative Pampers Invents Way For You To Buy Fewer Diapers

note: this post began as a link roundup, but the topics were so far-flung, I broke them all out into separate posts. The glass-half-empty crowd at Consumerist is treating the shrinking Pampers count as a sneaky, 5% price increase [from...
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Olan Olafur Mills

Unless I can rally the troops into some late '70s Sunday Best, and can find an Olan Mills or Sears Portrait Studio with one of those bookcase backgrounds, this snapshot, taken at Olafur Eliasson's show at P.S.1 one Sunday...
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The Daddy Types Guide For When Not To Start Revamping Your Blog Templates

1. At midnight the night your wife leaves for her big speech at a big astrophysics nerdcon. 2. uh, actually that's all I got so far. update ahh. clearly, I'm missing the concept--or several concepts, more like-- when it comes...
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July 5, 2008

Christoph Niemann's "The Boys And The Subway"

I'm glad he resisted the urge to send each of these anecdotes piecemeal into Metropolitan Diary, because put all together with his own illustrations, Christoph Niemann's story of his sons' obession with the New York City subway system is...
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Google Day Care: Situation Normal, All F*(@#-Upgraded

The NY Times' Joe Nocera writes about Google's first foray into the employee child care business. And by "writes about," I mean, "gives an 800-word, barely-credited recap of a whole cluster of reports, leaks, and firsthand accounts that Valleywag ran...
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July 4, 2008

DT Friday Freakout: Mom & Apple Pie Edition

Scientists and researchers are always coming up with something for parents to celebrate. Here are some freakouts as American as gatekeeper moms and McDonald's apple pies: Actually, this one doesn't have to be a freakout. A psychology study by researchers...
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Area Baby Hates Getting Shots, Socialized Medicine

Well, we're off to Grandma's house for a patriotic dip in the pool and some patriotic meat. I'll wish you all the same. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a Friday Freakout, try this on for size: evil communists touting...
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NYT Reviews Backpack Carriers In Five Words Or Less

The NY Times has tiny, Zagat-style reviews of five backpack carriers, four new, and one ratty old Chicco, which still does just fine. Whatever the results, the product list reads like some sort of shroom-fuelled branding poem: Deuter Kid...
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She Can Bring Home The Demon, Fry It Up In A Pan

If you loved Buffy, but you didn't notice it went off the air until a year later, or if you grew up wanting to be Samantha, but you were surprised when someone told you last year there were two Darrens...
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"Dad: Dude or Dud? Which One Are You?"

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Dad, Dude or Dud?, originally uploaded by agfachrome25. Lord knows. And if you have either...
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July 3, 2008

Can We Enamel It? YES WE CAN! Hello Kitty Tonka Truck

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } GVWR Payload Testing, originally uploaded by Telstar Logistics. Uh-uh. I guess when your dad's the...
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The Bugaboo Car Seat Is Here! And Other Things To Say When You're In Europe

"Wow, so many diesels!" "I prefer a $1=1EUR exchange rate, please." "Does it come in gold lame?" OK, so you'll only need that last one if you're Gwen Stefani. But otherwise, if you're paying $9/gallon for gas, showering with...
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July 2, 2008

Icelandastic! Toyota Finally Bringing 5-Door Yaris To US

That's my wife, patiently waiting for me to get a handle on the unexpected pleasure that was afforded us on a boat in Nassau by Fatima Blush. No wait, that was the Renault R5T2. I meant the unexpected pleasure...
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As, Uh, Seen On TV! FLDS Polygamist-Made Kidswear

It's a familiar story by now, actually like five familiar stories: Parents objecting to the Wal-Martification of American culture: clothing's either racy and inappropriate or loaded down with characters owned by giant corporations. Plus, it's all made in giant factories...
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July 1, 2008

DTQ: How Do You Manage Your Kid's Online Info?

You know, it seems not enough to just say, "There can be downsides to blogging about your kid." The WSJ's parentblogger Cybele was specifically worried about what happens when they post pictures of their kid on flickr [though apparently not...
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WSJ Momblogger Worries, Blogs About Kid's Privacy

On The Juggle, Wall Street Journal momblogger Cybele Weisser worried in print this morning about all the photos of their kid she and her husband post to flickr. By the time I got around to posting about it tonight, the...
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Child Evangelical Fellowship Loves The Little Children, All The Little Children Of The Slope

As the Oklahoma-based Child Evangelical Fellowship teaches us:Preschool children are everywhere-in playgrounds, parks,shopping centers,high-rise apartments, churches, day cares, and more! Authorities tell us that the preschool years are the most important years in a child's life. That's why we need...
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Je Me Souviens: Mercedes B200 Turbo visiting from up north

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; } .flickr-yourcomment { } .flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; } .flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Je Me Souviens: Mercedes B200 Turbo visiting from up north, originally uploaded by daddytypes. It's...
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