The pink cage

When I was a kid I got lost twice. The first time I was about nine years old and I was camping in the woods with a group of girls. The troop had awakened early in the morning and we were told we would be going for a short hike. The plan was to walk … Continue reading The pink cage

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What we teach our kids

Reading a book the other day I started thinking about the things we teach our kids. This book in particular (Cinderella ate my daughter) was about what we teach our girls as a society. The princess culture was at the center of the discussion in the book and it talked about how the concept of a … Continue reading What we teach our kids

Visiting the Smithsonian Museums of Natural History  and the Museum of Air and Space with kids

This year we decided to visit the Smithsonian museums with our son who is three years old. My sister and niece also joined us during the trip. We were very excited about showing our son and niece the dinosaurs,  airplanes, mummies, pre historic animals, and space artifacts in the museums. These are a great source of information and … Continue reading Visiting the Smithsonian Museums of Natural History  and the Museum of Air and Space with kids

Book review of “My first science textbook” set of three children Chemistry books

Interested in teaching your kid about Science? Trying to cover some of the basic Chemistry concepts with your kid but don't know where to start? My first Science textbooks, "Protons and Neutrons", "Electrons", and "Atoms" are a set of three children's books that teach kids about Chemistry. This Kickstarter idea from John Conveyou (Genius Games) to … Continue reading Book review of “My first science textbook” set of three children Chemistry books

My experience during the San Diego Comic Con 2017 Returning Registration

Saturday March 11, that was the day, the long awaited day of the Returning Registration for San Diego Comic Con (previously called Pre Registration) when all of us nerds wake up early and wait impatiently, coffee at hand, for the Expo Logic waiting room to open. Having completed the laptop check, internet check, Member ID check, and … Continue reading My experience during the San Diego Comic Con 2017 Returning Registration

The wings to imagination, a review of Rory’s Story Cubes

Imagination doesn't have boundaries, it does not know limitations, it does not make assumptions and it does not shy away from an opportunity. Is the coolest, most wild, free formed, way of thinking we experience in our lives. Is that comfortable expression of thoughts that allows us to travel into the unknown with no fear. Which is a … Continue reading The wings to imagination, a review of Rory’s Story Cubes