Tag Archives: kids

Little Girl’s Wonder Woman Lunchbox Deemed “Too Violent” for School

wonder woman wonder woman lunchbox

Well America’s kids are back in school now and it appears the bullshit has already started. If you need further proof that our school leaders have gone completely insane with political correctness and idiotic “policies,” look no further. 

Just check out the letter sent to the parents of  a girl named Laura.

letter home

Since when has Wonder Woman ever been violent? She uses a lasso to get the truth out of people? Are they going to ban rodeos now too?

It must really suck to be a kid today.

How to tell that Fantasy Football has started

Quality Dad time…

Dad time

[via Izismile]

Funny Fantasy Football team names

They do say to roll into a fall

This baby takes a tumble in an adorable way.

They roll fall

Check out these baby safety items.

21st Century Parenting

21st Century Parenting


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Little boy not having this goofy family picture stuff.




Things all parents say

If you’re a parent, you have said all of these things. Enjoy the laugh.

Books on parenting.

I love you too. You’re grounded.

Kid shows her appreciation with a screwdriver.

love dad


Photo of All the Bacteria Growing on a Child’s Hand

8 year-old’s hand after playing outside.
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Other gross stuff

Carroll Spinney, the puppeteer for Big Bird shares a sad story

big bird sad
This is from Reddit Ask Me Anything today with the puppeteer for Big Bird:

Question: What has been your most meaningful interaction with a child during filming? Or maybe from someone who grew up watching you and relayed a poignant story?

Answer: Okay, here’s one.

This is a very sad story, but it’s real.

I got a letter from a fan who said his little boy, who was 5 years old, his name was Joey, he was dying of cancer.

And he was so ill, the little boy knew he was dying.

So the man, in his letter, asked if I would call the little boy. He said the only thing that cheered him at all in his fading state was to see Big Bird on television.

So once in a while, he wouldn’t see Big Bird on some days, because he wasn’t necessarily in every show. So he asked could I telephone him, and talk to the boy, tell him what a good boy he’s been.

So I took a while to look up a phone, because this was before cell phones. And they got a long cord to bring a phone to the boy.

And I had Big Bird say “Hello! Hello Joey! It’s me, Big Bird!”

So he said “Is it really you, Big Bird?”

“Yes, it is.”

I chatted a while with him, about ten minutes, and he said “I’m glad you’re my friend Big Bird.”

And I said “I’d better let you go now.”

He said “Thank you for calling me Big Bird. You’re my friend. You make me happy.”

And it turns out that his father and mother were sitting with him when the phone call came. And he was very, very ill that day. And they called the parents in, because they weren’t sure how long he’d last.

And so his father wrote to me right away, and said “Thank you, thank you” – he hadn’t seen him smile since October, and this was in March – and when the phone was hung up, he said “Big Bird called me! He’s my friend.”

And he closed his eyes. And he passed away.

And I could see that what I say to children can be very important.

And he said “We haven’t seen our little boy smile in MONTHS. He smiled, as he passed away. It was a gift to us. Thank you.”

Podcast Season 1 – Episode 5 – Part 1

The Duck Duck Gray Duck podcast from the Twin Cities

During this podcast Frank and J.J. discuss parenting, Walmart, and the Bruce Jenner interview. How do you feel about transgender people in sharing restrooms or changing in in the same locker room as you?