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And of course, Caterpickles’ very own Official Junior Photojournalist: The Five-Year-Old Howell
As The Five-Year-Old would say, let’s have a conversation…
- "Why is a watermelon red inside?"
- Ask The Five-Year-Old: "Could the Twilight vampires take down Shaun the Sheep?"
- "Why do pale people get more moles?" (Caterpickles consults the dermatologist)
- The Five-Year-Old Reviews Books: Frogs, Dinosaurs, & Borrowers, Oh My!
- "Why did they draw that dinosaur underwater?"
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This morning, when I came downstairs intent on rustling up a bit of breakfast, I found my daughter’s kitten class already well underway. This morning’s lesson was on hunting with a Giganotosaur, and seemed to consist mainly of my daughter … Continue reading
The Four-Year-Old, munching contentedly on a milk chocolate pumpkin: “Mommyo, do you know why Sproing Cats eat a lot of sugar?” Mother: “No.” The Four-Year-Old, licking the last of the chocolate off her fingers: “Sproing Cats need a lot of … Continue reading
Happy Halloween, Caterpickles! I am turning the blog over to The Four-Year-Old today, so that I can focus on things like poofing The Four-Year-Old’s Elvis wig and starching her white rhinestone jumpsuit for tonight. As previous Caterpickles have noted, my … Continue reading
The Four-Year-Old was diagnosed with Fifth Disease last week. Fifth Disease is one of those deliciously mild childhood illnesses that nearly all of us get at one point or another, that are most contagious before any symptoms appear, and that … Continue reading
Preschooler, eying my Eeyore mug: “Everybody knows about Eeyore, Mommyo. You know, I’ve even seen Eeyore.” Mother: “You have? Where?” Preschooler, nonchalantly: “Oh, in my hunter’s lair.” Mother: “Really? Where is that? Behind the blanket rack?” Preschooler, giggling: “No, silly, … Continue reading
Little Labs Weather Beginner Experiment Kit By Thames & Kosmos Franckh-Kosmos Verlag, LLC, 2007 (English translation Thames & Kosmos, LLC, 2007) Age Range: 5 and up This kit is one of the items I picked up earlier this summer from … Continue reading