Brian Gordon...redefining the reasons we sometimes want to flip our kids off! Note: all images are sourced from the book Fowl Language: Winging It: The Art of Imperfect Parenting by Brian Gordon.
So TO is a cricket buff. Am not. He has good hand-eye co-ordination. I don't. He's more like Red in this regard. Thank goodness. This was our talk today- Me: " Kane Williamson...ummm hmmm...hello there!". TO: "He's OLD Ayu!". Me: " He's waaay younger than me baby!" TO: YOU. ARE. OLD. AYU" After that bit... Continue Reading →
Kids extrapolate things based on their own frame of references. Mine does it quite a bit and even more so with words of a different language. He loves music and at different times we have played hosts to quite a few different earworms of his. One of his old favorites reemerged due to a shuffle in his... Continue Reading →
but be around them. Children are Nature's balm. They may come across as incomprehensible, demanding, whiny brats who you often fantasize about leaving on someone else's doorstep, but kids have something we end up losing as adults- an ability to laugh at the silliest and simplest of things. Take a little boy who's recently become... Continue Reading →