Disneyland Sacks Jack Sparrow

If you've got kids who were hoping to meet Captain Jack Sparrow, the swashbuckling pirate of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, on your next trip to Disneyland, I'm afraid they'll be out of luck. According to park officials, Jack Sparrow is no long...

Presidential pirates

They disagree on the economy. They disagree about foreign policy. They even disagree on how to pronounce "Pakistan". But whatever their philosophical, economic, military or social differences, there is one thing the two presidential candidates, Barac...

City sinks pirate ship

I have a very short list of places I would live if I couldn't live in San Francisco -- basically, it's the Russian River area just north of here and Vancouver, British Columbia (with Portland, Oregon a maybe). Some of the lustre has come off one of t...

Outsourcing recess, talking like pirates, and Amy Pohler crying - Links we love

Arrrrr! Yesterday was 'Talk Like a Pirate Day.' Alpha Mom has decor and accessories for celebrating. -- AlphaMom Amy Poehler can't stop crying. Find out why. -- Babble Looking for a unique baby shower gift? How about a donation to Newborns in ...

Talk like a pirate day

Tomorrow be International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Ye don't want to be forgettin' that and have yer kids goin' to school soundin' like a bunch o' landlubbers, now do ye? Arrr. If ye be needin' more info, check out the official website, where it all st...

Johnny Depp's daughter recovering in hospital

For the past nine days, Lily-Rose, the seven-year-old daughter of American actor Johnny Depp and French singer Vanessa Paradis, has been in a hospital in Britain, reportedly in serious condition. Now, however, she is apparently on the mend. "We are h...

Sweet Juniper's Alphabet

Our own J.D. Griffioen, aka Dutch, has been busy lately with family issues, but somehow in the midst of it all, he managed to put together a rather unique alphabet for little Juniper. If you've been reading BloggingBaby for a while, you know he's not...

Halloween costumes for... your child's iPod?

Every student in my son's 8th grade class has an iPod. The boys are mainly interested in filling their gadgets with as much music as possible. I'm sure the girls do this as well, but I also notice that they girls are also quite taken with the many iP...


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