How to Shake the Winter Blues With Your Toddler

There's just no delicate way to say it: When you have toddler twins, winter sucks. At age two-and-a-half, my children feel the need to run wild, be warm and wear as few items of clothing as possible, and winter just throws a wrench into everything. ...

Sing along drop-out

Every Sunday morning I take Nolan to the local rec centre to participate in a rousing rendition of toddler floor hockey, which is basically a collection of flailing arms and vacant stares and the occasional collision of two diapered bottoms. My son l...

Hours of toddler enjoyment: the pretend tool belt

I use my brother Dave as a pawn to get Nolan to obey me. It's better than bribing him with candy, I think (albeit still a wee bit sketchy, I know.) "Nolan, come change your diaper, and if you come now, we'll go see Unky." "Nolan, if you get out of th...


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