Connect Four, Jenga, Legos, Pictionary, & Play-Doh.
My daughter knows how to have fun.

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The Duchamp to Pop show at the Norton Simon was surprisingly spare but, as always, the museum itself does not disappoint.

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My son played a weather analyst in his school play this week. What no one at his school knew is that he was actually playing Doctor Who pretending to be an analyst.

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“The difference between children and adults is that they’re shorter – not dumber.” – Master of the Month, Mo Willems

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I don’t know if I’m the only one who feels this way but, when I see myself in the mirror, I only rarely think “Yep, that’s me.” More often, I look at the mirror and think “Yep, that’s my body.” Then I feel this warm fraternal affection towards my body like “You and I have been through a lot together, haven’t we?”

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My daughter has the rare ability to go to sleep whenever she wants to. She mostly uses it when we take long drives. “How long until we get there? Sigh. Okay. I’m going to sleep.” And then she’s asleep.

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McDonald’s is giving away an insidious new toy with its Happy Meals. These paper bricks open to reveal thousands of tiny symbols that – when decoded – beguile susceptible young minds. My son is, of course, hooked now and wants to buy more. Fortunately, we found a government agency devoted to treating this addiction. They’ll give us more and only charge us if we forget to return them. Thanks, Obama.

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