Monthly Archives: March 2012

Retirement Should Be Retired

I love technology. I love science and engineering and all the beautiful things they’ve created from maps of our genes to particle accelerators to indoor plumbing and cable tv.  When I think of the 76 billion people who have made … Continue reading

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Pottery for Kids, The Sandbox Interactive Children?s Museum, Hilton Head Is.

at 9:30 AM Mondays in April 2012: ?Get Fired up Pottery? at The Sandbox, An Interactive Children?s Museum. This interactive artistic program is guaranteed to get the creative juices flowing as participants personalize and decorate their own ceramic plate. (843) … Continue reading

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Kids’ Birthday Party Deals and Our Updated Party Guide

Our Birthday Party Planning Guide is chock-full of great ideas for fun kids’ birthday parties whether you are planning a party at home or at one of the amazing birthday party places all over NYC. We just updated all the … Continue reading

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Bunk Bed Library

I want to see if my sisters remember this just by the pictures: I really love when I remember random childhood memories and re-inact them with my girlies. Makes for the best kind of afternoons. Next up making mud pies … Continue reading

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Easy Art for Kids ? Roll-on Painting.

“Can I paint Mum?” I almost said an automatic ‘no’ when he asked, but something made me stop and think first. It was already 2pm, and Noey was running around getting in to everything, and I had a blog post … Continue reading

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The Day After Ugly

So my “ugly” post is being received about as well as bowl of poison berries.  I just felt like I had to say life is ugly.  Sometimes.  We may white-wash her, prop her up in a corner, and paint her … Continue reading

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News: Carousels Reopen, Tribeca Film Festival, High Line Expansion, and Nannies for the 1%

Spring has sprung and we've got several great reasons to get outside with your kids, including the arrival of carousel season, the rebirth of outdoor philharmonic concerts, a clever new public art installation, the chance to see hidden wonders in … Continue reading

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