This afternoon, Super Girl had an epic tantrum in the checkout line at the craft store. I got to the register and let the checkout girl know I had to put something back while she was ringing up. I then returned every craft SG had picked out. While she kept screaming over and over, "I … Continue reading How Complete Strangers Reacted When My Toddler Acted out in Public (You Might be Surprised!)
Parenthood: "She’s So White!"
While I was party planning this afternoon, I started watching last night's episode of 'Parenthood'. Barely five minutes in, I fell over laughing when Crosby held up his newly-born daughter and exclaimed with shock, "She's so white!" And 10 minutes in, I nearly died again when Grandpa Braverman said, "She's even lighter than she was in … Continue reading Parenthood: "She’s So White!"
People Will Apparently Believe Anything (Odd Baby Names)
I was listening to a replay of an earlier episode of Lance Bass's Dirty Pop the other day, and Lance and his co-hosts were talking about the Tennessee judge who changed a child's name from "Messiah" to "Martin." This topic lead into a discussion of weird baby names people have heard, and several people called … Continue reading People Will Apparently Believe Anything (Odd Baby Names)
What’s in a Name? A Lot, Actually
On las week's episode of Castle, Beckett and Castle had to find and question a witness named Bram Stoker. Yes, as in "Bram Stoker's Dracula." Once they found Mr. Stoker, this was the exchange:Becket: Excuse me? Bram Stoker?Bram: Yeah.Beckett: Det. Kate Beckett, NYPDCastle: And might I say how youthful you look.Bram: [sarcastically] Witty! Never heard … Continue reading What’s in a Name? A Lot, Actually
App Review: Baby’s Touch
Developer: IronpaperPlatform: iPhone 3GS & higher, iPod Touch - 3rd generation and higher, iPad. iOS 5 requiredPrice: $0.99Rating: ★★★★☆ (4 out of 5)"This is so pointless... so mindless... so PERFECT!"^^ That is what Pop Culture Dad said the first time he saw Pop Culture Toddler2 playing with Baby's Touch. His sentiment accurately reflects my feelings … Continue reading App Review: Baby’s Touch