Recent PostsOur Christmas tree is up on deck! It's our third Christmas on this houseboat. Last night we put the best ornament on top of the… »Tonight Moomin showed me a bunch of YouTube videos with songs about DNA. His teacher had emailed last week to say that everyone… »I gave Moomin all the swag I brought him from GeekGirlCon, and after plowing through a big stack of comic books he got very… »This summer Moomin mastered hula hooping with two or three hoops. It looks so cool! I wish I could do it! Hooping in… »Moomin loved this video and I did too! The dancer is called Nonstop and is part of the group Remote Kontrol. He is amazingly… »For the past few weeks I've been injured and/or ill, and not the most entertaining parent. The most I was able to do was drive… »Today I picked up Moomin and we went to the community center pool for the afternoon. I got a ton of work done while he messed… »This summer Moomin took two long trips with his dad, one to Korea where they went to Jeju island and Seoul to visit relatives,… »We are still reading The Odyssey at bedtime, and since that just happened it's what I'll talk about! But here's the quick… »I'll be at Maker Faire this weekend and on Saturday afternoon will be at the Hardware Hacking Area, teaching people how to… »
Books I recommend!
Tagsart birthday blogging boats books california camp comic books comics community conferences crafts dance disability diy education events friends fun funny games gender homework kids lgbt liveaboard moms music parenting parties playground playing politics pretending public schools rants reading san francisco bay area school schools science silly summer travel Uncategorized
Cheap pocket microscope
Monthly Archives: October 2007
Hey, if you’re curious, go take a look at my story for “Can I Sit With You” on my friend’s blog about social life in elementary school. The site is still taking submissions! We all have stories to tell about … finish reading Playground meltdowns and social storms
For weeks Moomin has been collecting acorns at recess, squirreling them away in his backpack, and bringing them home as treasure. They show up in the laundry and in the kitchen and in his bed. I’ve been so sick this … finish reading Flash drives and acorns
At Squid‘s house today, Leelo smiled at me a lot. Maybe he likes my silly hair? He also walked up and sat down next to me several times — and once he asked for my bracelets very clearly. I gave … finish reading An extra sweet smile