Tuesday, October 15, 2013
And I'm not talking about Mom or the Teenage sister. I'm talking ages newborns to age 12. They have this exclusive monthly subscription club - just what every little fashionista needs to be in - or at least her Mom!
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As a nanny I worked for a stay-at-home-dad. He was this jock-type dad and when he had to take the baby or kids to the doctor, he had to carry this girly bag. "No big deal" he would say, "I'm comfortable in my own skin" or "I had sisters!".
But wouldn't it be cool, to get your baby-daddy a diaper bag of his own? I think it's a great idea. I can think of a million reasons why I like it - but I won't.
All I know is when my sons, have their children, I am going to get them their own, Diaper dude diaper bag.
Charlotte’s Web, E.B. White’s children’s classic of farm life, turns 61 years old today. The first book I read as a child, that made me cry.
Both children and adults have loved this story of life in Zuckerman’s barn, and the friendship between Wilbur, the runt pig, and Charlotte, the beautiful and intrepid spider who saves his life. E.B. White grew up with the animals in his parent’s stable, and as a shy young boy felt a kinship with them that stayed with him all his life. When he and his wife moved to a Maine farm in 1933, it brought back all the familiar joys of his childhood. The story of how he came to write Charlotte’s Web is detailed in The Story of Charlotte’s Web: E.B. White’s eccentric life in nature and the birth of an American classic , by Michael Sims. As much a biography of Charlotte’s Web as of White himself, Sims shows how the introspective boy grew up to write a masterpiece of children’s literature.
credit; Mesa County Library
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