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You Are Now Entering The Twilight Zone

James’ latest interest is watching videos of other people on roller coasters. Apparently, there’s a whole YouTube subculture of people who film themselves on rides. Who knew? Anyway, James is very, very interested in the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride that’s at Disney World, and he’s watched enough videos about it that he has…

I Am A Robot

James has been all about robots lately. He especially likes to pretend he’s one. He’ll make me pretend to change his batteries, and he’ll walk around our house with straight arms and legs while saying, “Robot James, Robot James, bee boo beep!” Annie reminded me that she used to love pretending to be a robot,…

Are You Ready For It?

It’s not Halloween until we watch this old classic! If you can’t see the video above, click here. I hope all of your kids have decided on their costumes by now (thank goodness mine have!). Happy Halloween, everybody!

Halloweirdos

The day our local Halloween store opened, we just so happened to be at the shopping plaza where it’s located. If you remember from two years ago, James LOVES Halloween stores. Luckily, Annabel isn’t scared of the spooky displays anymore, so we went inside and let them explore the decor. (If you can’t see the…

What A Character

I was looking through my archives and came across this video of James that I’d forgotten about. He was so damn funny, even at an early age. If you can’t see the video above, click here. I definitely need to make another video of him like this one!

Interview With A Dance Man

James is a talker now. He nevvvvver stops talking or making noise (or moving, but that’s another story). I realized the other day that we have a bunch of interviews of Annie when she was his age, so it was high time we sat James down and asked him some questions. If you can’t see…

A Splendid Time Was Had By All!

It’s been more than a week since we had the book party for The Toddler Survival Guide, but the kids are still talking about the unlimited carousel rides. (I’m going to tell myself the non-carousel, book-related elements impressed them just as much.) We all had a blast, though, and it was so wonderful to share…

Toddler Lecter

One of our favorite parts of shooting the book trailer for “The Toddler Survival Guide” was dressing James up like Hannibal Lecter. But what was even more fun than his costume was seeing how excited he was to pretend to be “really scary, mom.” Since only a couple seconds of his “really scary” fright fest…

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