Monthly Archives: February 2012

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Cutting the Cord?

This recent article from Deadspin took me right back to the delivery room. In a good way, for a moment, then in a terrible way, then a rather chagrined way, and then I shuddered and came back to the present.

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Cutting the Cord?

This recent article from Deadspin took me right back to the delivery room. In a good way, for a moment, then in a terrible way, then a rather chagrined way, and then I shuddered and came back to the present.

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How To Care For A Bleeding Child

This article has some of the same aspects of parenting we here at the Manifesto are trying to combat. Men can soothe children. Children can accept their fathers as sources of comfort. The most probable reason the author of the

The Giant Vermin http://www.flickr.com/photos/tudor/ took this photo

How To Care For A Bleeding Child

This article has some of the same aspects of parenting we here at the Manifesto are trying to combat. Men can soothe children. Children can accept their fathers as sources of comfort. The most probable reason the author of the

DIY

They’ll learn later that all jobs take at least twice as long as they thought they would.

DIY

They’ll learn later that all jobs take at least twice as long as they thought they would.

Blocks Project

The Boy likes knocking over blocks. He’s not stacking yet, but knocking down is a favorite. Supposedly, eventually, he’ll progress to the next level of stacking and building, so I am starting work on a project of building him something

Blocks Project

The Boy likes knocking over blocks. He’s not stacking yet, but knocking down is a favorite. Supposedly, eventually, he’ll progress to the next level of stacking and building, so I am starting work on a project of building him something

Let’s Have a Real Story: A Review of “Let’s Have a Picnic: A Touch-and-Feel Adventure” by Alyson Heller

Really, even a very cursory glance at world literature reveals that, from the dawn of time (and earlier, maybe?) mankind has relied on an essentially unchanged plot structure. Stories start with explication, build tension with rising action, resolve the big

Let’s Have a Real Story: A Review of “Let’s Have a Picnic: A Touch-and-Feel Adventure” by Alyson Heller

Really, even a very cursory glance at world literature reveals that, from the dawn of time (and earlier, maybe?) mankind has relied on an essentially unchanged plot structure. Stories start with explication, build tension with rising action, resolve the big

You are the bread and the knife

Seems to me that this could be a poem from a father to his child. But in any case, the poignancy of this kid reciting it is marvelous.

You are the bread and the knife

Seems to me that this could be a poem from a father to his child. But in any case, the poignancy of this kid reciting it is marvelous.