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… »
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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Punk rock is the most awesome music for kids. It’s loud, energetic, expressive of emotion, and if you can get your kids listening to it, half your work of political education is done. Plus you’ll never have to listen to … finish reading Best Punk Rock Songs for Kids
I set out to have a perfect day trip with Moomin this spring, right after a stressful time at work. IN fact it was a couple of weeks where I would pick him up from the aftercare at school at … finish reading Travel with a kid – and a wheelchair
At Marine Science Camp today, Moomin dissected a squid and thought about working as a non-fiction writer. He imagined a cartoon of the differences between Squidward and a real squid, so I might try to draw some modifications of Squidward … finish reading Marine Science Camp, day 1