The biggest thing a dad wants to be to his kids is their superhero. We give so much, we just want to have a little of that superherodad love in return.
The only thing kids produce more than poop as a toddler is art at school age. You’ll be emotionally attached to all of it. So now what are you going to do with all that kids art?
It’s been a parenting stress of mine from the beginning. Which activities will they love? Which one should we join? I worried all the time about it.
No matter where kids are from they are creative geniuses. Check out how Ikea has harnessed the creativity of kids and used it for charity. This is so good.
There are new Star Wars snowflake templates out for The Force Awakens. From BB-8 to Kylo Ren, check out the new cast and see if you can snowflake them!
Charlie’s creativity and inspiration knows no bounds. Today he randomly asked for help to write a small book about birds. This is that.
All you can give your kids is the opportunity to explore. It’s up to them to find what they truly love, you just need to give them options. I think my kids have discovered their passions.
When it comes to contests, Charlie wins. He’s been on boxes of Cheerios twice, and this week won his first art contest with Kids’ CBC. The kid can draw, and he loves it.
[twitter]Charlie is an artist. I don’t know if this is what he will do when he grows up, or how it will serve him in …
I forgot to Google up an Angry Birds, Star Wars, Spider-Man pumpkin template for this year. So I did the next best thing, had my kids draw one.
We have a new stainless steel fridge and while it makes our kitchen very clean and modern, it’s lost some of that family kitsch of photos and art. Do you try and get your art on the fridge or do you leave it clean?
The Doodle 4 Google contest has come to Canada. This is great and terrible news. It’s great your child could win a huge scholarship, it’s terrible because it’s another user generated content contest where even if you don’t win, you sign over your copyrights.
The stuff your kids draw is more than art, it’s brain excercise and something that should be done daily.
The final Saturday of the month is a great time to break out your Daddy Daycare skills and offer to take the tyke out on …