I made my family watch An American in Paris tonight. Cody ran off before the first musical number to “do laundry” and Vivi lost her mind moments after realizing Cody was gone. Addie on the other hand stuck with me through the entire thing, making the appropriate eight year old gross out noises when Gene MORE »
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15 years ago perfectly perky Rebecca walked up to me in the hall, perfectly perfect shiny brown hair bouncing behind her, smiled sweetly and said, “I just wanted to make sure it was okay with you that I ask Jason to the dance.” “But, I asked Jason to the dance and he hasn’t answered me MORE »
It’s officially been over a month since I stepped foot off the Disney Magic and back into reality. While my reality is a pretty nice one, it’s certainly no Disney Cruise reality. I’ve already had at least three dreams about going back (I can see why Rose kept dreaming about the Titanic now) and several MORE »
I hate January. Not because it’s cold and dreary (for that reason I only slightly loathe January) but because every day I have to hear my husband complain about the “New Year’s” people at his gym. The ones who take “his” parking spot, use “his” locker, run on “his” treadmill and the ones who don’t MORE »
Awhile back I wrote about 10 things all kids should learn before moving out or becoming adults. But what about the people who never learned simple things like don’t crowd the baggage carousel and let people get off the elevator before trying to getting on? Are they doomed to a life of being unhappy and MORE »
My parents are adorable, all five of them. Add in my grandparents and I’ve got the makings of a really good commercial. You see, the generations above me, who range in age from 55-93 are trying so hard to figure out all this technology that surrounds them every day. While I have been on a MORE »
Did the holidays leave you with a new camera in your possession? Or perhaps a new piece of equipment, maybe a macro lens or remote shutter release? Even if you didn’t get a new camera for Christmas there’s a very good chance you have one and an even better chance you don’t use it as MORE »
Hi again, me with the sponsored post about the Samsung Galaxy camera. What you may not realize is that these posts don’t even technically need to be about the camera and its features at all, we’re just supposed to use the camera to document our holiday moments and memories and talk about it yadda yadda. MORE »
I have fallen in love with my Samsung Galaxy camera, and as someone who knows cameras, it takes a lot to impress me with a camera. There’s a few quirks and things I don’t love about it, but that’s usually the case with anything, especially a first generation of a new tech product. Shall we MORE »
We’ve come to the end of our Xbox 360 with Kinect campaign here on Babble and I am an official convert. In the beginning I had this belief that the Xbox 360 was for the hard core nerds that lived in their parent’s basements and did nothing but code, game and hack. Sorry for the MORE »