We recently stumbled upon some LEGOLAND ads that really got us thinking about how much we love our kids.
(We also recently stumbled upon some actual LEGOS lying on the stairs that had the exact opposite effect on us. But that’s another story for another time, we suppose.)
Anyway, here are the ads we’re talking about:
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Are you a parent?
Would you like to know what’s really going on inside your child’s head?
And do you also speak Korean?
If you answered yes to all of those questions, we have some great news for you:
Our fun and informative parenting book, Think Like a Baby: 33 Simple Research Experiments You Can Do at Home to Better Understand Your Child’s Developing Mind, is now available in Korean!
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Welcome to another installment of Kid Joke Korner, where the punch lines are plentiful and the spelling is krazy kute!
Because joking around with your kids is seriously good for their development, we like to crack wise with our kiddos all the time.
Each Kid Joke Korner features a real joke set-up that one of our children made up, along with our family’s guesses as to what the punch line might be. See if you can figure out how each joke really ends – or share your own punch line ideas in the comments!
So without further ado, here’s today’s Kid Joke Korner kid joke, “The Perplexed Pigeon,” as told by Our Three-Year-Old Son:
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You know that feeling you get when you pack some bags, grab your kids, and head to the airport brimming with confidence that your entire family flight experience will be easy, effortless and enjoyable?
Of course not. No one does. Because that feeling does not actually exist.
But if you’re planning on flying with young children at some point in your life, you owe it to yourself to read our new article on Deadspin’s Adequate Man website!
Continue reading D+D on Deadspin: How to Fly with Young Children