David Borgenicht. Star Trek Book of Opposites. Philadelphia: Quirk Books, 2011. The are a plethora of “opposites” books out there, and it seems like most children’s books franchises put out at least one. It’s a way of illustrating sometimes-abstract concepts … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Little kids love trains. Prima has, for more than a year, been hugely into Thomas and all of his friends. The official Thomas Wooden Railway pieces can be very, very pricey–well over a dollar per piece of wooden track. So, … Continue reading
Babies are tough to shop for. They can’t really tell you what they’d like, and if they don’t like something, you can’t really market it to them. The best you can do is pick something that looks good and hope … Continue reading
As I’m testing out this new site, I’m importing toddler-related reviews I’ve already written for Amazon. Here’s one for a book called The Art of Roughhousing. Anthony DeBenedet and Lawrence J. Cohen. The Art of Roughhousing: Good Old-Fashioned Horseplay and Why Every … Continue reading
The chance of a meltdown makes being out and about with your small children that much more unpredictable. We’ve all been there: things are going swimmingly, until something, for some reason, triggers a meltdown, tantrum, or whatever you call it. … Continue reading
Prima has gotten bit by the Disney princess bug, so Thomas and the Backyardigans have a little competition in our house. After the jump, I’ll share a review about our latest Princess acquisition.
Since you’re going to hear these from friends and family, people on the airplane, and while you’re promenading down the Strip, I thought you’d want a comprehensive list of why it’s a bad idea to bring your kids to Vegas. … Continue reading
The great thing about Etsy is that a lot of very creative people can sell their creations with relatively low start-up costs. The Missouri-based interior designer behind MackenzieMonroe produces handmade bags, purses, and clutches for women of all ages.
Not in Las Vegas—this is the MiniLand version of Las Vegas at Legoland. Infinitely more baby-friendly than the real Las Vegas Strip.
As a father of two small kids living in Las Vegas, I often (well, sometimes) get asked about the best places to take your kids when you bring them to Las Vegas. After giving out the same advice a few … Continue reading