May the 4th Be With You

The first movie I remember seeing in a theatre was Star Wars. I most likely saw some cartoony matinee thing before that, but first memory is going to see Star Wars in 1977. I was 7 years old.

Now, more than 35 years later, my two sons are just as big a fan as I ever was. Not yet 6, Zacharie has a bedroom with Star Wars logo in it, Charlie brushes his teeth under the watchful eye of Yoda and the movies will be watched around campfires this summer.

It truly has become a part not of popular culture, but of culture. Star Wars is one of the commonalities that bind us.

As you can expect, I’ve written a few posts about Star Wars, so today, for Star Wars Day, click through and May the 4th Be With You.

The Star Wars Moment – story about watching the movie for the first time with Zacharie

How To Decorate Your Kid’s Room With Star Wars Style – a great clickable collection of Star Wars posters, sticker, and orignal art from Etsy. If you love the movies, you’ll find lots of inspiration here.

Extreme Makeover Kid’s Room Edition: Putting On Star Wars Stickers – I may not be Ty Pennington or any other pro decorator, but I did my best doing up Zacharie’s room.

What Anakin and Luke Skywalker Taught Me About Being A Parent – the science behind Star Wars examines who we are and how we are raised and how Darth Vader‘s personality was born.

I’m A Double Jedi! – Zacharie visits The Jedi Training Academy At Disneyland and learns how to use the power of the force.

Vadering – a collection of #vadering pics from around the world featuring kids who have turned to the dark side against their parents.dadcamp fire

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