My daughter’s sketch of me intensely watching Netflix
Jillian Tamaki is my newest superhero, but my the real hero in my life is my daughter Leah. Every day she tries something new, embraces life, and creates something. She blows my mind.
… in his pajamas
FEIST on Sesame Street – counting to four. I’m gradually becoming a great fan of FEIST, and was pleasantly suprised to find this. You can click here to see the original, too. Enjoy!
These are the photos I would choose for their CD cover if my wife and daughter were to form a rock band.
Ponyville 1. Leah made it 2. She’s a kid! 3. They’re not orcs! 4. Her dad put it on the computer
From the Globe and Mail. The link will probably be broken soon as they slim down and/or remove content, so I’ve copied the aritcle below, for those who are interested: Educational television a myth, doctor warns KATE KELLAND Reuters February 12, 2008 at 1:10 PM EST — He has been characterized as the ultimate killjoy,Continue reading “Educational television is an oxymoron”
Some information on ‘unschooling’, for those who are interested. http://citizen.nfb.ca/films&dossier_nid=20054 Courtesy Marina
The city came by and trimmed our tree out front. It’s a honey locust, very common around Toronto because it’s robust and quick-growing. In Toronto, the first 6 feet or so of your property is controlled by the city, if you have a tree planted. They come by and maintain the tree when they can,Continue reading “They trimmed our tree out front”
100% content rip off from panopticist. My daughter enjoyed it so much, she insisted we put it on our own blog.
Leah drew it. I’m showing Leah how to draw seagulls.