Breakfast, courtesy of Duane.
Archives for April 2007
“Planned spontaneity” is sometimes all we can do to harken back to those carefree days of, well, maybe not our youth, but our pre-parenthood.
Smart advance planning advice from Laura.
Never underestimate the resourcefulness of a Parenthacker. From Marisa: I found an adorable "elephant stampede" clock online for $39.99, plus shipping and fell in love with it. I listed as a gift idea for my baby shower, updated the wishlist for Christmas, etc, but never received it. Then I had the brilliant idea to make […]
Amy's dual-floor diaper-changing solution: We have a two-story house, and her changing table has always been upstairs in her bedroom (I figured that if I went upstairs for every change, I was getting much-needed exercise, a little at a time). Well, I got pregnant again when she was 10 months old, and over the past […]
Parentography Blog » What Makes a Great Playspace? Prompted by talking with folks at KaBoom!, Tim asks the question, gives his answers, and invites discussion on the topic. (tags: parenthacks kids) Strollerderby : Keeping Babies in Bubbles: Where Do You Draw the Line? How much babyproofing is too much? (tags: parenthacks babies baby babyproofing parenting) […]
Rookie Mom Heather (who’s not so much of a rookie anymore!) uses Sharpies in her gift card organizing scheme: oh, isn’t it wonderful to get a $100 gift card at old navy or a $10 gift card at starbucks? yes, it is. ever since our wedding, we keep all gift cards in one envelope in […]
If you're a fan of Seventh Generation diapers and wipes, stock up at Amazon — their $20 instant rebate off $99 worth ends Monday.
There was a time when I firmly believed that craft paint of any sort had no place in my house. It's not that I'm a neat freak or anything, but the potential chaos was just too intimidating. I've gotten over my fear of the kid-paint combo, but it would have happened a lot sooner had […]
Parenthackers Rock! « The Road Less Traveled Just had to share this lovely post with y'all. Jen has beautiful things to say about the collective wisdom and generosity and honesty here. (tags: parenthacks parenting)