This set of laser tag guns are intended for older kids… but how funny is it that a good way to get your kids away from the video games… is by role playing a video game… har har. Check me out in all my “dynamic music and editing” and my brother in law.
A few weeks ago I set up a Dad Lounge at the Tot Swap to introduce people to this wonderful resource for Dads. One of the vendors I met introduced me to a product called Stuck On You labels, she sent me a set to test drive, and frankly, they’re very helpful. Now that our son has entered day care, we need to start putting his name on everything Read the rest of this entry »
My seven month old son loves the Playskool Busy Gears we picked up for him. The packaging says 12 Months & up and maybe this is why– My son loves getting his fingers caught in between the gears. It doesn’t hurt, it’s been expertly engineered to be very safe, but my little guy really gets a kick out of playing “Child Labor worker” of the 1900s.
A lot of kids, and more importantly, a lot of adults have been talking about enjoying Disney’s animated princess thrust into real life in Enchanted, so we took a look and have a lot to tell you… plus we have a gallery of frame by frame comparisons to original Disney movies Read the rest of this entry »
I recently found a book that’s actually a cool wind-up tractor toy and several playsets in disguise as a book. This book comes with a wind-up tractor, and three different tracks for it to run on. Let me show you how it works. I have a video too. Read the rest of this entry »
We recently got to watch the new Platinum edition of 101 Dalmations (from 1961) newly restored on DVD. My first thoughts are how gorgeous the colors look. I hadn’t seen the VHS in many years, but it always had a “dated” impression in my mind. The colors and line work are so crisp and clean, that they make the film feel, almost contemporary. Read the rest of this entry »