Ever wonder how the world looks through the eyes of a two-year-old? Sure you can mine your memory banks and hope for the best, but if you happen to have a camera, a child-size bike helmet and a spare toddler lying around, you can do yourself one better and make your own point-of-view video.
Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too? With a good carpool in place, you can save time and money. It just takes a little bit of planning and a willingness to flow with whatever the morning gives you. Here are five tips to help your carpool get off without a hitch.
School is almost back in session, which means it’s time to start brushing up on tips for taking the bus. The school bus can be a great resource for time-strapped parents and independence-seeking children alike. But it also needs to be approached with safety and care.
Here are five tips to make your child’s bus ride the best it can be.
If you’re not on Google+ yet, you probably know it’s a social network but not much more. What are these circles everyone’s talking about? How about hangouts? And isn’t this the same thing as Google Buzz? Though this LOL-inducing Google+ song from Break (sung to the tune of Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’) might not answer all your burning questions about the new social service, it’ll definitely get stuck in your head.
When four-year-old twin sisters Gracie and Ruby Weichman showed up at the ballpark on Monday night to watch their hometown Spokane Indians take on the visiting Yakima Bears, they had no idea that their father, Air Force Sargeant Chris Weichman, was planning a surprise homecoming during the game.
When it comes to food at the state fair, there’s one abiding rule that all vendors must adhere to: If you fry it, they will come. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Iowa State Fair’s life size butter cow, Larry Fyfe is offering up a fitting fair treat treat — deep fried butter on a stick.
After eight years of womanizing, boozing and children’s jingle writing, Charlie Sheen‘s ‘Two and a Half Men‘ character Charlie Harper has finally met his maker. These photos from the upcoming season premiere, scheduled to air on CBS on September 19 — give a sneak peek at the funeral scene. Notice his signature bowling shirt and shorts hanging center frame.
If people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, then what about people who live in sandcastles? After all, glass is just melted sand, right? Maybe they shouldn’t throw magma. Who knows?
The point is, it takes a special kind of sandcastle to inspire this line of questioning. The artistry, the scale and the craftsmanship all have to be second to none. You’re about to see 10 of these epic sand sculptures, so there’s no telling what you might start to think by the end of it.
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