Joanna Schroeder loves being a mom of boys, but admits that there are a few things about them that have surprised her.
Time Machine Series: Exploring Past, Present & FuturePASTIn the basement of my childhood home, I kept a Mr. Potato Head as the super-secret hiding place for my nest egg. In the compartment where arms, noses, and mustaches were supposed to reside, I kept rolls of quarters and dimes, and paper currency. I accrued my cash…
Time Machine Series:Exploring Past, Present & FuturePASTThough it was 1980-something, my pre-pubescent brain lived somewhere in the twenty-second century. I loved The Jetsons, Nova, and Space Camp. Most of my Lego sets were of the Space genre. So, when I found a silver robot at K-Mart that could move, talk, light up, and emit smoke from…
A child’s love for building is a magical thing.
When you shop for the little girls in your life — whether daughters, granddaughters, nieces, etc. — do you walk right past the Legos and building blocks and head straight for the pink aisle with the Barbies and baby dolls?
Nerdy Dad Shirt‘s secrets to living with a Lego master (and his proclivity for losing a piece).
Tor Constantino has two preteen daughters, and he shares surprising parenting insights he’s learned from them.
There are lots of great things about fatherhood, but Tor Constantino shares the very best—that are not so obvious.
Tor Constantino shares 3 critical things he tells his kids that his own father never told him.
JJ Vincent found the ultimate tool for the gamer too tired to roll their own dice.
Shubham Banerjee turned a lego set and thumbtacks into a machine that could help millions…and he’s giving away the plans.
The simple moments are the ones that our kids crave the most, and they are also the moments that we dads live for.
JJ Vincent asked a 37-year-old about gender, identity, self-expression, and what defines a man.
There’s nothing worse than being misquoted.
Lara Lillibridge does not like team sports. Or at least she didn’t think she did, until her baseball-loving son taught her a thing or two.
The building blocks of good life skills are small and plastic and hurt to step on.