Tag Archives: kids

Did someone fall through Ypsi’s tridge on Friday night, and, if so, what should we learn from it?

I felt bad about disrupting the local drug trade, but, on Friday night, a bunch of friends and neighbors decided to take our pajama-clad offspring into Riverside Park, to look at the blue moon. While we didn’t encounter any illegal activity during our late evening walk, we did see something odd. While we were making […]

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Totally Quotable Clementine: learning the value of money edition

Clementine learned a valuable lesson yesterday concerning the value of money. We’ve been working with her for years now on counting change, and trying to instill within her some appreciation for how much stuff costs, but it didn’t really sink in until last night, when it came time to settle up on her vacation purchases. […]

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Family friendly episode of Dreamland Tonight next Saturday

I’ve done an absolutely terrible job of promoting it, but we’ve got another episode of Dreamland Tonight coming up. This one, which we’re aiming to make a lot more kid-friendly, will be on Saturday, October 16, at 5:00 PM. So, if you’re within a week’s travel of Ypsilanti, and have ready access to a child, […]

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Rock and Roll Meditation

In stark contrast to the over-sexualized children’s dance troop I shared with you in horror last night, I’d like to present Rock and Roll Meditation. These three girls, calling themselves Rock and Roll Meditation, took the stage of the Dreamland Theater last night, once we wrapped up episode three of Dreamland Tonight, which went incredibly […]

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