This came through my Facebook feed today via the fab Lyss Stern. Seemed to fit perfectly with Monday’s post about friendship.
I found this card in my 5th Grade daughter’s backpack yesterday. It’s a good luck card from her kindergarten book buddy wishing her well on the New York State standardized tests – all 6 days of them. It’s so sweet, but also so sad to me that even the kindergarteners know that testing is happening and feel the stress in the school.
This past weekend was the Dream Cruise, an annual drive along Woodward Avenue starting just outside Detroit and heading north. We drove the route from around 18 mile road (Long Lake Rd) in Bloomfield Hills down to 9 Mile Road, ending in Ferndale with dinner at Local Kitchen and Bar, a new restaurant.
Here’s a glimpse into the cars we saw, parading down Woodward just for the fun of it.
Packing for camp means stocking up for 7 weeks of being totally unplugged!
I’ve been a pinning maniac lately over on our KidzVuz Pinterest Board. It’s such a great way to share our reviewer’s picks with parents of tweens, and also a super fun way to curate the best of what we see trending for tweens on the web and on KidzVuz. Here’s our Valentine’s Day Board – we’re adding new stuff every day so follow us on Pinterest!
Wordless Wednesday was never this geeky. I know. When my husband saw this he said, “Truly there are no words.” Actually, he said, ” That is the geekiest thing I’ve ever seen.” I’m OK with that. I spent all of kindergarten with my hair in two side buns. I saw Star Wars 26 times in the summer of 1977 – and the first time it was with my dad in Times Square at the old Astor Plaza Theater. I was 5.
And so yesterday when I was at the holiday showcase event for Xbox360 Kinect and R2D2 was there – for real people – I could not resist taking advantage of having a hooded sweater coat with me and posing like this. What you can’t tell from the picture is that when I did that the prerecorded message of Princess Leia saying, “Help me Obi-Wan you’re my only hope,” played from deep inside that lovable droid. Now I don’t feel so bad that I missed all the fun at Comic Con last week.
Thank you GayNycDad for taking the pic!!
Consider this a sonogram of sorts. A sneak peek at what is about to launch on to the web on Monday, October 3rd. You can see our current version of KidzVuz now. But, here’s a Wordless Wednesday of what’s about to launch.
KidzVuz is a site exclusively for kids ages 7-12 where they can create reviews about tech, toys, books, movies and with the new site – travel, food, pets and sports. So, basically everything a kid would ever want to talk about. It’s anonymous – user names only – safe and completely moderated. Also, IT’S REALLY COOL!!!
So get ready for the big launch on Monday and join us for our Twitter launch party on October 5th at 10pm where we will be hosting awesome giveaways and talking about kids using technology to get creative. Let’s empower our kids through tech, rather than scaring them!
These were all taken on a walk through my in-laws garden.